Fans of Drake can now take the adult coloring book trend to the next level at your next art party with Under Star Projectors: The Unofficial Drake Coloring Book. The activity book is the latest creation by Sugoi Books, the press that previously brought the world gems like The Kanye West Paper Doll Book and Cook Your Own Food: The Bill Murray Scratch And Sniff Book.
The book's title is obviously a reference to the lyrics "smoking weed under star projectors" from the rapper's 2012 single "Crew Love" featuring The Weeknd. Come to think of it, the track is the perfect song to break out the crayons and colored pencils to. Watch the "Crew Love" video below.
Sugoi Books describes the "stripped back" coloring book as their "tribute to Drizzy himself, Aubrey Drake Graham, ultimate lover, all time friend," MixMag reports. The 32 page paperback coloring book features line drawings of all things Drizzy by a collaborative team of 15 artists, Mashable reports.
The monochrome illustrations present the Canadian artist in a variety of classic Drake poses. One image features the rapper openly crying in the spotlight and another shows him stressing over his mobile social media log full of sad faces. Other images portray the rapper somehow managing to look great while visibly sighing beneath his fitted cap and staring wistfully off into the ethers.
A few slightly more abstract images are also included in the collection: one page features cartoonish alphabet letters spelling out "Motherf*ckers never loved us," whereas another features the rapper's profile with swirling beard details reminiscent of classic '60s portrayals of Bob Dylan.
Under Star Projectors costs 7£ (about $10) and is available to order via the press' Big Cartel shop here.
As of now, Drizzy himself has yet to react to the release of the fan-made "unofficial" coloring book. Next time your crew heads to your local bar's art party, bring this book along and, in the words of Drake and Nicki Minaj, "make me proud."