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If you love coloring books and consider yourself an advocate of women empowerment, you're going to love artist Grace Miceli's Feminist Art Coloring Book. The book features 16 pages of black and white illustrations of strong female personalities like artists Frida Kahlo and Yoko Ono, which you can give life to via your coloring tool of choice.

"I guess the goal is a little bit of feminist art history," Miceli tells The Huffington Post. "It’s my small and playful attempt at adding to a discourse that I think [we] could use a few more textbooks and courses on. I get excited when someone tells me they’re purchasing the coloring book for a young person as a gift, it wouldn’t hurt for a few aspiring male artists to learn about these women as well."

Well, it's awesome and we want it! You can check out some of the illustrations here and order Miceli's coloring book here.

PHOTO: Instagram @lennyletter

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