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Shaun Tan’s mesmerising picture book perfectly captures the wonder and terror of the childhood dreamworld, says . Georges River Grammar: 'Shaun Tan's books are really his amazing imagination running around like crazy'. Published: 2 Apr 2015

Shaun Tan’s mesmerising picture book perfectly captures the wonder and terror of the childhood dreamworld, says Lifers author MA Griffin. Published: 14 Apr 2016. The magical thinking of Shaun Tan's Rules of Summer. Published: 2 Apr 2015.

Combining humour and surreal fantasy, Shaun Tan pictures a summer in the lives of two boys. 53 MB·463 Downloads·New! journey of his life - he's leaving home to build a better future for his family. Each spread tells of an event and the lesson learned. By turns, these events become darker and more sinister as the boys push their games further and further. 26 MB·10,282 Downloads·New!

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Shaun Tan (born 1974) is an Australian artist, writer and film maker. He won an Academy Award for The Lost Thing, a 2011 animated film adaptation of a 2000 picture book he wrote and illustrated. Other books he has written and illustrated include The Red Tree and The Arrival. Tan was born in Fremantle, Western Australia, and grew up in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.

Shaun Tan’s latest book could also end up tucked away with the picture books in bookstores. Tan has been walking the fine line between picture books and graphic novels for years now. The Rabbits (2003), written by John Marsden, has a fight montage that reads like a comic, using panels and captions to advance the action

Shaun Tan 2007 Calendar. Shaun Tan was born in 1974 and grew up in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia.

Shaun Tan 2007 Calendar. by Shaun Tan. Out of Print-Limited Availability. In school he became known as the 'good drawer' which partly compensated for always being the shortest kid in every class. Bestselling Books:The Arrival, Lost & Found: Three by Shaun Tan (Lost and Found Omnibus), Rules of Summer. Show results for. Any Category.

Shaun Tan (born 1974) is the illustrator and author of award-winning children's books. After freelancing for some years from a studio at Mt. Lawley, Tan relocated to Melbourne, Victoria in 2007. 2009 World Fantasy Award for Best Artist. 2011 he won his first Oscar in the Category Best Short Animated Film for his work The Lost Thing.

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Shaun Tan grew up in Perth. In 2011, Shaun won the prestigious Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award. In this post, Shaun talks about the creation of ‘Rules of Summer’ and he gives a fascinating insight into his working process.

Shaun Tan’s remarkable artwork has graced a number of children’s books, garnering both critical and commercial acclaim. Dark, complex, and richly detailed, Tan's illustrations for books including The Red Tree, The Lost Thing, The Viewer, Memorial, and The Rabbits offer a labyrinth of visual ideas, and this stunning wall calendar — his first — features illustrations from his children’s titles as well as from his new graphic novel, The Arrival.
Shaun Tan 2007 Calendar download epub
Individual Artists
Author: Shaun Tan
ISBN: 1894965442
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: Individual Artists
Language: English
Publisher: Simply Read Books (November 16, 2006)