Product Hunt Daily Digest
September 3rd, 2019

Warning: adults only
Get coloring!

Coloring books for adults hit a nerve on Product Hunt yesterday.

Colorables, a collection of printable coloring pages, launched from Maker Mackenzie Child and claimed the #1 Product of the Day spot.

“A while back I had a few people reach out and ask if they could get an outlined version of my illustrations after I shared them on Instagram and Twitter because they wanted to color them in. I thought that was a pretty great idea, and found it pretty rewarding watching people having fun with my art.” - Mackenzie

The idea is to “escape from the craziness of our normal day to day lives” by focusing on a fun, analog task...or to give the pages to your children.

The project is a refreshing launch in the sake of creativity — the pages are all free to download and no email is required. Sometimes you just need to feel like a kid again.

If you’re looking for more suggestions to help you turn off your adult mind, we’ve got you covered:

🙌 Lake Coloring Books are more coloring pages from Instagram illustrators

😍 Pikazo turns any photo into a coloring page

💯 Cessabit is a relaxing, peaceful puzzle game

😉 Logosweeper is an adult take on minesweeper

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NEW POD! This week, we talked to Forward Partners managing partner (and creator of the popular email newsletter, The Equity Kicker) Nic Brisbourne. He covers: 

🍎 Why he was initially an Apple skeptic (he's a fan now)  
👀 The concept of "applied venture" 
👏 The benefits of mindfulness for founders 


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