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A short film based on the book by Shaun Tan

A short film based on the book by Shaun Tan

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Shaun Tan - a small collection - Right NowHuman Rights in Australia In this inaugural exhibition on the Right Now website, celebrated artist, illustrator, theatre designer and animator Shaun Tan has drawn together a collection of works from his many picture books which explore the relationships between his work and human rights. Shaun’s surreal subjects and expressive style address complex social and political themes while still allowing for a compassionate understanding of human experience and diverse interpretations. We asked Shaun to tell us a bit about each work, what inspired him to create them and what ideas and messages lie behind each one. ‘They Came by Water’ – Copyright Shaun Tan 2011 Lost & Found - Shaun Tan Lost & Found: Three by Shaun Tan Written & Illustrated by Shaun Tan A collection of three jaw-dropping stories from New York Times bestselling author and illustrator Shaun Tan A girl finds a bright spot in a dark world. A boy leads a strange, lost creature home. And a group of peaceful creatures cedes their home to cruel invaders.

Marco Brambilla: Civilization [qt: 960 540] Installation Credits Title: Civilization (MEGAPLEX), 2008 By: Marco Brambilla Client: The Standard Hotel, New York Editor/Research Assistant: Beau Dickson Assistant: Swapna Tamhane Production Company: Crush, Toronto Representation/Images Courtesy of: Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica Marco Brambilla Directorial Representation: The Ebeling Group Ebeling Group U.S.A. Notes from Crush Senior Artist Sean Cochrane

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The magical thinking of Shaun Tan's Rules of Summer Rules of Summer appeared in the autumn of 2013, but the story of my relationship with this remarkable book doesn’t start until the following year. Manchester’s Central Library had just re-opened after a £50 million refurbishment and one sunny morning that spring I rode the tram to St Peter’s Square with my wife and three-year-old daughter. There’s room enough to borrow six books on a kid’s library card and I was scheming; the little girl was getting five, I figured, and I was having one. I’d always loved Edward Gorey and when I saw Rules of Summer by Shaun Tan that morning, (the lack of article is important by the way – these are only one of many possible lists of weird childhood regulations) I was immediately mesmerised. I bought my own copy, and as I busied myself writing my second novel, Lifers, through that spring and summer, Tan’s book became a sort of bible for everything I was trying to achieve.

Truancy - Isamu Fukui Title: TruancyRelease Date: 3/4/2008Publisher: Tor BooksISBN: 978-0-7653-1767-4ISBN-10: 0-7653-1767-2Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inchesPages: 432 Truancy will be available at your local bookstore and online at these retailers: Synopsis: In an alternate world, in a nameless totalitarian city, the autocratic Mayor rules the school system with an iron fist, with the help of his Educators. Fighting against the Mayor and his repressive Educators is a group of former students called the Truancy, whose goal is to take down the system by any means possible-at any cost. Against this backdrop, fifteen-year-old Tack is just trying to survive. A masterly visual storyteller - ALMA Illustrator and author from Australia, born in 1974. Shaun Tan has illustrated more than 20 books, notable among them The Rabbits (1998), The Lost Thing (2000), The Red Tree (2001), The Arrival (2006) and Tales from Outer Suburbia (2008). Shaun Tan has reinvented the picture book by creating visually spectacular pictorial narratives with a constant human presence. He uses a variety of means of artistic expression: lead pencil, Indian ink, coloured pencil, painting and various print techniques. Shaun Tan sees every book as an experiment in visual and verbal storytelling.

Witch & Wizard - James Patterson Fiction/General Hardcover ISBN: 0316036242 $17.99/U.S. 320 pages Little, Brown And Company Paperback ISBN: 0316038342 $9.99/U.S. 336 pages Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Mass Market ISBN: 0446562432 $7.99/U.S. 368 pages Grand Central Publishing Prologue | YOU'RE NOT IN KANSAS ANYMORE Wisty An Interview with Shaun Tan Mitchell Jordan features An Interview with Shaun Tan The Power of Five - Anthony Horowitz "Nobody does it better than Horowitz, as this deliciously frightening, supernatural thriller proves." Publishing News Matt has always known he has unusual powers. Raised in foster care, he is sent to Yorkshire on a rehabilitation programme, only to find himself in the midst of sinister goings-on. Matt investigates and uncovers a terrible secret - eight guardians are protecting the world from the evil ones, beings banished long ago by five children.

In conversation: Neil Gaiman talks to Shaun Tan I met Shaun Tan for the first time in 1996, at a science-fiction convention in Perth, and only half-remember meeting him. He's quiet, shy, generally unassuming. I got to know him slightly better with each subsequent trip to Australia, and he got used to me introducing myself to him and him telling me that actually we'd already met. He's an artist and a writer and now a director, possessor of a peculiar and singular vision.

Heroes of Olympus Rick Riordan Cover image not final Though the Greek and Roman crewmembers of the Argo II have made progress in their many quests, they still seem no closer to defeating the earth mother, Gaea. Her giants have risen - all of them, and they're stronger than ever. They must be stopped before the Feast of Spes, when Gaea plans to have two demigods sacrificed in Athens. She needs their blood - the blood of Olympus - in order to wake. The demigods are having more frequent visions of a terrible battle at Camp Half-Blood.

Shaun Tan’s Wild Imagination Photo A vine has invaded Shaun Tan’s house in suburban Melbourne, Australia, through a previously unnoticed gap where the window of his studio doesn’t quite meet the sill. Advancing along a curtain rod and sinking offshoots into the dark places behind his desk, the vine has overgrown Tan’s workspace. He has to trim it back, because it keeps trying to grab things — an electric pencil sharpener, unopened letters in his inbox. Recently he returned from a trip to find that it was exploring the bottom drawer of his filing cabinet, where he keeps new projects.

Action Fiction Action is one of the fiction-writing modes authors use to present fiction. Action includes movement, not meaning like standing up, but big movements. The term is also used to describe an exciting event or circumstance. The action genre is a class of creative works characterized by more emphasis on exciting action sequences than on character development or story-telling. The genre encompasses action fiction, action films, action games and analogous media in other formats such as manga and anime. There are many sub-genres, including martial arts action, extreme sports action, car chases and vehicles, suspense action, and action comedy, with each focusing in more detail on its own type and flavour of action.

What did I tell you! Congratz to Shaun! by pauljacobson Mar 3

This animation will win an Oscar! Shaun Tan is from where I Iive in Perth. Narration by Tim Minchin - another Perth boy. by pauljacobson Feb 11