Coloring appeared in the United States as part of the "democratization of art", inspired by a series of lectures by British artist Joshua Reynolds and the works of the Swiss educator Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi together with his student Friedrich Friedrick Frobel.
Did you know that Carl Jung ordered some sort of coloring to his patients? The psychoanalyst asked them to fill paint into the cell, in order to access to the subconscious and customer self-awareness. Today this method is considered obsolete, but the coloring shows many patients as an alternative to meditation, relaxation and soothing agent practice. Coloring helps a person to focus on the picture and the small details, throwing a few hours all of your obsessive thoughts and anxieties.