We may snigger at our smart-suited bespectacled salary-man, but sadly this still is the life-sucking lot of many thousands around the world. The willing slaves of capitalism, the cogs in the corporate machine, that keep the rest of us in a constant supply of "inter-fibrous friction-fasteners". So grab up those Crayola™ crayons, and get on with it, between slurping on your Starbucks™ coffee, and munching down on your Subway™ foot-long, and taking those ever so important calls on your Apple™, Samsung™, or [insert name here] smartphone.
Created by Marcie Hans, Dennis Altman, and Martin A. Cohen, the "coloring book" is a wonderful commentary on corporate America, with the images accompanied by satirical comments, that start with "THIS IS MY..." followed by a down-trodden diatribe of empty self-importance. Sometimes instructing the book's owner to color things "gray". As we travel with our social-climbing cookie-cutter corporate-crony on a typical day at the office of faceless-industries incorporated.