Type 7 colouring book: Unleash your creativity on these classic Porsches

Type 7. Image: Instagram
Type 7. Image: Instagram

If you don't follow the Type 7 Instagram account, you're missing out on some high-end content that's not only about cars, Porsches to be specific, but nice things in general. 

Type 7 is an in-house daily Instagram magazine, run by editor-in-chief Ted Gushue, and is for 'those who are driven, combining a love of Porsche and those who drive them with a deep and detailed exploration of art, architecture, and collector culture at large'. 

I spotted a post recently of some beautiful illustrations of iconic Porsches that needed some colour. Turns out, the publication has collaborated with top artists such as Daniel Arsham, Jeffrey Docherty, Naito Kei, Yoruf, and Julien Lampre for your colouring-in pleasure. 

Yes, the brilliant collection of artworks and drawings that can be downloaded in PDF form from this dropbox link means you can spend this time at home putting your own mark on Stuttgart's famous cars. 

It's an excellent opportunity to put down the puzzle pieces for a couple of hours, get the entire family involved and let out some frustration with these nine epic illustrations that need your help to come to life.

Here's that dropbox link again - just click here  

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