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Isomatic Berlin Coloring Book

Isomatic Berlin Coloring Book

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Berlin, but with dinosaurs. A coloring book for adults with two iconic scenes of urban utopia: Oberbaumbrücke and Kottbusser Brücke.

When you’re done, cut out the pages and tape them together to create your own poster! 

Illustrated by Bruno Pinto da Cruz

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Two iconic Berlin scenes in one coloring book

Black and white illustration of Oberbaumbrücke Berlin Kreuzberg. There are whales, dinosaurs, and happy chaos in the details.

Kottbusser Brücke

Black and white illustration of Oberbaumbrücke Berlin Kreuzberg. There are whales, dinosaurs, and happy chaos in the details.


GIF showing how to cut apart Polar Embassy's Isomatic Berlin coloring book, and create one of the wall posters. Jon Derman Harris' hands cut the book with a mat knife, then tape 9 A4 pages together to create a wall poster, that he hangs on a wall at the end.

Designed for multiple lives

When you're done coloring, cut the pages out to create two posters!

  • How many pages?

    The coloring book contains 36 A4 pages.

  • Coloring book for adults

    The coloring book's contents are appropriate for children, but designed with fine details for adult audiences.

  • The perfect Berlin gift idea

    Let your friends discover a magical Kreuzberg with dinosaurs, whales, water slides, and more!

  • How are coloring books made?

    We are so glad you asked. After we reformatted Bruno's series, we printed the coloring books in Melk, Austria. Come behind the scenes with us here to see how our high quality coloring books are made.

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Materials + Life Cycle

Our coloring books are printed Cradle to Cradle certified Silver in Melk, Austria.

This means: only renewable energy was used in production, the papers and inks and the materials (FSC-certified paper and non-toxic inks) are safe and fully recycleable.

Pollution footprint

We aim for a net positive impact from our products' production, transport, and consumption. 

Producing each coloring book emits about 0.14kg CO2, which our supplier offsets by 110%. We share more about this below.


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Shipping + Delivery Times

We ship to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Orders in the EU over €50 ship free.

We fulfill orders within three business days.


A4 (210 x 297mm)

Good to know

The coloring book's contents are appropriate for children, but designed for adult audiences.

Coloring pencils are not included with the book.

CO2e breakdown for Polar Embassy Coloring Books. A pie chart in Polar Embassy's brand colours (glacial ice dark blues and greens): Offset Plates (0,07kg), Paper (0.04kg), Inks and lacks (0,01kg), Production (0,01kg), Delivery (to warehouse) (0,01kg)

CO2e emissions per coloring book

About 0,14kg CO2e is emitted from making each coloring book. This includes production of the paper, plates, and inks, the printing itself, and the delivery from our supplier in Austria to our warehouse in Berlin.

Our supplier offsets about 0,15kg CO2e per book via climate protection measures onsite and reforestation projects in the Global South.

More about our supply chain
Artist and architect Bruno Pinto da Cruz sits at a table with his colourful, geometric designs on the table. He is wearing a black sweater, with one hand on the table, and the other holding his chin.

About the Artist

Bruno Pinto da Cruz is an Architect and Illustrator based in Lisbon/Berlin who started ISOMATIC, a sequence of isometric drawings transformed into illustrations, unveiling the urban scenario in different colours and shapes.

Bruno has focused on Berlin’s iconic neighbourhoods like Kottbusser Tor, Kurfürstendamm or Oberbaumbrücke. Without any attempt at realism, these images capture the essence of such places and create a very optimistic and cheerful utopia vision of these neighbourhoods. They become playful and flooded with color, small paradises inhabited by dinosaurs, wild animals, sculptures or exotic trees. Such figures replace the real people that belong to these urban landscapes and they are somehow an artistic exploration of the imaginary of the city. They live in almost a parallel existence with each other, making the represented space more dramatic – a fantastic wonderland.

Photo credit Duarte Caldes