The executive lifestyle is not generally thought of as a colorful lifestyle, in fact, uniformity and a lack of color are encouraged in the office, at least in terms of dress code:
That’s what makes The Executive Coloring Book so special- color adders get to add a bit of color to the world of gray suits and navy blue power ties, and maybe learn a thing or two about the briefcase luggers who lord over the cubicle crowd:
This wonderful coloring book/satirical piece of social commentary was created by Marcie Hans, Dennis Altman, and Martin A. Cohen, three revolutionary folks who appreciate how important coloring books are to people with too much time on their hands.
Their color-able commentary on corporate life came out way back in 1961, when corporations had yet to become people and post-war Americans were learning how to maintain the status quo, and yet it's somehow just as relatable today as when it came out over fifty years ago.
-Via Dangerous Minds