For $30, you can get a coloring book based on Elon Musk's tweets
- An artist and
Elon Muskfan has created an adult coloring book based on the TeslaCEO's tweets.
- Called "The Illuminated Tweets of Elon Musk," the coloring book is being offered via Kickstarter — anyone who pledges $30 to the campaign will receive one of the books.
- Illustrator Salina Gomez, who created the designs, told Business Insider that the book is filled with designs that "focus on the things that would inspire people to dream bigger."
- Musk is known for being outspoken on
Elon Musk admirers now have a new way to celebrate their fandom: with a Musk-themed adult coloring book.
Colorado-based artist Salina Gomez, who goes by the name Ill Ink, launched a Kickstarter for a book of illustrations based on Musk's tweets. Called "The Illuminated Tweets of Elon Musk," the book is available to backers who pledge $30 to the campaign. The campaign has a goal of $10,000 — so far, its 57 backers have pledged more than $6,900.The designs in the coloring book are based on original tweets from the Tesla and
The illustrations included in the book feature everything from illustrations of Musk's Boring Company tunnel to an intricate drawing of the circuit board inside the
Gomez said her favorite drawing pertains to a tweet Musk posted about sending the
Gomez started following Musk during a difficult time in her life and said she finds him inspiring. The project was born out of a desire to obtain some "successful Muskian traits" for herself, she said.
Musk is known for being outspoken on Twitter, attracting a massive following for his comments on space, the environment, and the car industry. But Musk has also gotten into hot water for his tweets, like when he called a British cave diver a "pedo guy" in a since-deleted tweet, which sparked a defamation lawsuit (Musk has since been cleared). He also used Twitter to claim he had the funding secured to take Tesla private in 2018, which resulted in a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation and a $40 million fine.More recently, Musk has repeatedly tweeted about the coronavirus crisis and his displeasure over stay-at-home orders, tweeting misinformation about the virus and calling for the government to "FREE AMERICA NOW."
None of those tweets will be featured in the coloring book.
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