The Official Schitt's Creek Coloring Book

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, Mat Edwards

You laughed, you cried, now add some color to the residents of Schitt’s Creek in The Official Schitt’s Creek Coloring Book.

Whether you’re looking for a creative outlet or are just “trying very hard not to connect with anyone right now,” The Official Schitt’s Creek Coloring Book is the perfect way to relax, unwind, and let your creativity flow!

Forty-five designs feature the ensemble of characters, favorite moments, and hilarious quotes from the award-winning comedy drama. Once you’ve completed the designs, perforated pages make them easy to tear out and frame or gift to your favorite Schitt’s Creek fan.


  • 45 designs to inspire your creativity
  • Single-sided, perforated pages
  • 8.5" x 9.5" format

Use pens, colored pencils, or paint to color the entire ensemble, including David, Alexis, Moira, Johnny, Roland, Jocelyn, Stevie, Patrick, Ronnie, Bob, Twyla, Ted, and Ray. This coloring book makes a great gift for anyone who enjoyed Schitt’s Creek.

PRICE: $14.99 / Can$19.99 / £9.16


FORMAT: Paperback

ISBN: 9780760373613

SIZE: 8.5 in x 9.5in / 215.9mm x 241.3 mm

PUBLISHED: September 28, 2021

The becker&mayer! Creative Team develops unique and interactive books and kits for adults that deliver high quality content and packaging. Bringing together pop culture and fandoms of all kinds, becker&mayer! books aims to inspire and educate with an element of whimsical and irreverent fun!

Illustrator Mat Edwards has been drawing for as long as he can remember. Inspired by the things he sees in daily life, his style ranges from thoroughly modern to would-have-sworn-it-was-vintage. Repetition and the power of precision are key to the appeal of his art. His early inspirations include artists such as Chris Foss, Tim White, and Rodney Mathews. Based on his work at school, he won a four-year apprenticeship with Johnson Mattheys, where he learned at the feet of some tremendously skilled artists such as mapmakers and engravers. While his talent and eye for detail is a constant, his technique has evolved from using purely traditional materials such as pencils, gouache, and stretching paper to using almost all-digital methods. He lives in the UK.