Behance has been a source of inspiration on the web for the past 8 years, I remember when they first started back in 2007 and it's amazing to see how important it became to the design community. That's also one of the reasons that Adobe acquired them.
Our good pal Denise Rashidi released her new book entitled: Daydreaming in Japan. It's not any kind of book, it's a coloring book! This book utilizes her stylish, 'pastel-ish' and detailed illustrations of the hidden backstreets of Japan. You know my love for the country of Japan, Denise does a remarkable job to illustrate its authenticity and by also adding her own signature. Make sure to check it out and if you don't know about Denise's work, make sure to check her previous feature abdz..
It features 24 single-sided coloring pages and is the first entry of her “Daydreaming in” series which centers around the theme of “Fernweh” (n., German, a longing for distant places), wanderlust and nostalgia.