Last week, we spotlighted 5 coloring books for the eternal kid, exploring grown-up subjects like indie music, sneaker culture, and gangsta rap through a medium intended for children. Today, we're turning the tables and looking at something that does the opposite. Ed Roth's Stencil 101: Make Your Mark with 25 Reusable Stencils and Step-by-Step Instructions takes the grown-up medium of graffiti stencils and brings it to kids— or, depending on your disposition, your inner kid—with a collection of wonderful portfolio-format stencils to customize anything from your wall to your pillowcase.
To complement Stencil 101, take a peek at the how-to videos on Roth's site, as well as his extensive gallery of application ideas.
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