Adobe Coloring Book

Chapter Four

Color along with us as we serve up new illustrations that you can print or finish with your favorite Adobe apps. Each week this spring, the Adobe Coloring Book will feature coloring pages created by some of our favorite artists.

We asked this week’s artists to be inspired by dreams. You can download a PDF to print, a PSD to color in Photoshop or Adobe Fresco, or a JPEG to color in another app of your choice. Keep calm and color on—and when you’re finished, share your colorful creations with us on social media with the hashtag #AdobeColoringBook!

Instructions for opening a PSD file in Adobe Fresco


1. Launch Fresco.

2. Click on the Home icon to open the Home screen.

3. Tap on Import And Open, and select the Photoshop file. 

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portion of an illustration for Adobe Coloring Book, drawn by Pascal Campion
photo of Pascal Campion

Pascal Campion 

Pascal Campion is a French-American illustrator and storyteller, born in New Jersey and residing in Los Angeles. Most recently, he was an art director on the first season of Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham for Netflix, a New Yorker cover artist, and an illustrator for The Paper Kingdom, written by Helena Ku Rhee. He describes his inspiration for this illustration as “a pair of siblings are surprised by a sea of the impossible coming true. I dream of the magical ocean coming to life.”

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portion of an illustration made for the Adobe coloring book by Mark Conlan
photo of Mark Conlan

Mark Conlan

Mark Conlan is a multidisciplinary Illustrator from Dublin, Ireland, who currently works and lives in Melbourne, Australia. He develops conceptual illustration for products, editorial publishing, advertising campaigns, and one-off commissions for clients all around the world. His style focuses on a strong use of character and composition empowered by whimsical and emotional situations. Incorporating rich and vibrant color palettes in his work, he says his aim is to “produce atmospheric imagery that surpasses the brief.” His work often features happy characters or arrays of plants and foliage. About his creation for this week’s Coloring Book chapter, he says, “A dream is a destination I end up at that combines most of my favorite things or somewhere that looks too good to be true. You all know how much I love color. Well, this time, it's up to you. Please tag me in your masterpieces. I can't wait to see my dream through your colorful imaginations.”

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portion of an illustration for the Adobe Coloring Book, by Victoria Pavlov
photograph of Victoria Pavlov

Victoria Pavlov

Victoria Pavlov was introduced to the magical world of art in her childhood. Her first language was the language of art. Victoria has dedicated her professional life to digital and traditional imaging and photography. She has a passion for design and all things creative. About her work for the Adobe Coloring Book, she says, “We all have different dreams. For me, dreams are all about warm colors, flowers, and the music of the nature. This coloring page is my dream place around nature, flowers, and warm colors.”

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portion of an illustration made for the Adobe Coloring Book, by Paul Trani
photo of Paul Trani

Paul Trani

Paul Trani is a Principal Worldwide Creative Cloud Evangelist for Adobe. He is passionate about empowering designers to create compelling content using their creativity and new technology—whether it’s traditional illustration, graphic design and branding, or compelling 3D and augmented reality experiences. With more than 25 years of experience, Trani has become an award-winning designer, passionate public speaker, and prolific trainer. He has earned top author status on and has created a steady stream of content for Adobe and With over 40 countries and countless presentations under his belt, Trani has become a sought-after public speaker in the creative world. About his illustration, he says, “I was inspired by what it’s like to dream while being awake. Dreaming big with things jumping out into reality. And I wanted it to beg for color. But that part’s not my job!”

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portion of an illustratio for the Adobe Coloring Book, by Naomi VanDoren
photo of Naomi VanDoren

Naomi VanDoren

Naomi VanDoren is an independent artist and author based in California. She creates adventure-inspired artwork and is the author of Naiya and the Foxdragon. About her drawing for the Coloring Book, she says, “Dreaming—I’ve always found it be a magical escape into another world not unlike our own. Here you’ll find fantastical adventure!”

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illustration for the Adobe Coloring Book by Loveis Wise
photograph of Loveis Wise

Loveis Wise

Loveis Wise is an illustrator from Washington, D.C., now based in Los Angeles. Their work often speaks to themes of joy, social awareness, and the intersections of black and queer culture. About their creation for the Adobe Coloring Book, Wise says, “I was excited when I was asked to create this piece with the prompt of ‘dreams.’ Dreaming, to me, is a portal to create realities of what experiences you’d like to feel into or even catalyze you into understanding your own freedom!”

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