Shaun Tan "Snow Owl"

Shaun Tan Notebook - Snow Owl (Grey) by Shaun Tan, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

The brilliant brilliant Shaun Tan.  Illustrator of picture books but not necessarily for children.  See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3kYyXWmY0w=related for more info. Can't recommend his work enough.

The Rabbits - Shaun Tan website

Shaun Tan

Exclusive Comics Excerpt: ‘The Arrival’

One of my favourite illustrators for children's books, Shaun Tan

by Shaun Tan

Shaun Tan is possibly one of the most exciting and inventive children's books illustrators. This image is from The Red Tree.

Time’s Child by Shaun Tan

Talis (as Rachel) an illustration called "Time's Child" by John Picacio

2008 Book Week Poster for the Children's Book Council of Australia by Shaun Tan.   Inspired on fusion of Mexican Aztecs and Pre-Columbian design, and contemporary folk art culture (from murals to pinatas).

2008 Book Week Poster for the Children's Book Council of Australia by Shaun Tan. Inspired on fusion of Mexican Aztecs and Pre-Columbian design, and contemporary folk art culture (from murals to pinatas).

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The red tree - Shaun Tan

Book review : "The Lost Thing" by Shaun Tan. What started out as an amusing nonsensical story soon developed into a fable about all sorts of social concerns, with a rather ambiguous end. DVD interpretation available in Teacher Resource Room.

(Own) The Lost Thing Shaun Tan - about finding something lost, maybe a pet and taking it to a place full of Lost Things. The boy lives in a world were everything is bleak and no one is really noticing anything.

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I was deeply impressed with Shaun Tan's graphic novel, The Arrival. Tan is interested in the concept of belonging - and this book is .

#Shaun tan- altro modo di scrivere

Shaun Tan - one of my all-time-favourite illustrators

Shaun Tan

Shaun Tan Exhibition

They came by water — Shaun Tan. An Illustration from "The Rabbits" by John Marsden.

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