Shaun Tan is an Australian illustrator with a huge talent.   In 2011 he won an Oscar for best animated short film   for The Lost Thing, based on his book of the same title.

"when I was a kid, there was a big water buffalo living in the vakant lot at the end of our street, the one with the grass no one ever mowed" Tales from Outer Suburbia, Shaun Tan

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Rules of Summer - Shaun Tan

Shaun Tan - "Never give your keys to a stranger", from Rules of Summer

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'The Place of Nests' by Australian illustrator & children's book author Shaun Tan (b. 1974). via An Illustrator's Inspiration

Shaun Tan illustration, 'The Place of Nests', from his children's book 'The Arrival' (pencil on paper).

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The Arrival - Shaun Tan

The Arrival by Shaun Tan - I need this

Shaun Tan ~ illustration from "The Arrival"

Shaun Tan - The Tea Ceremony - every time my wife drinks tea, I hear something small but grand. There you go.

the tea ceremony / shaun tan

Shaun Tan - Never Leave A Red Sock On The Clothesline from Shaun Tan’s 2013 book Rules of Summer, 2012 Paintings: Oil on Canvas

Shaun Tan (Chinese-Australian, b. Perth, Australia) - Never Leave A Red Sock On The Clothesline from Shaun Tan’s 2013 book Rules of Summer, 2012 Paintings: Oil on Canvas

The Horror of Satan's Darkness, "Darkness" by Shaun Tan  ::: #Art #Drawing #Illustration

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

MARTY - The Arrival by Shaun Tan is a wordless graphic novel in which a migrant journeys to a new country. His sadness about leaving his home is conveyed through the sepia-like tone and eerie, dark textured style.

MARTY - The Arrival by Shaun Tan is a wordless graphic novel in which a migrant journeys to a new country. His sadness about leaving his home is conveyed through the sepia-like tone and eerie, dark textured style.

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Shaun Tan - Tuesday Afternoon Reading Group (Tales from Outer Suburbia)

From 'The Lost Thing' - story and artwork by Shaun Tan

The Lost Thing: A Whimsical Story about Belonging by Shaun Tan

SHAUN TAN: ahh, we all love our shaun tan here. Didnt find this image posted so I thought Id. Definitely my favourite picture book of all time, hella existential and all sorts of things.

Shaun Tan's Advice for a New Illustrator

Shaun Tan advice for illustrators

Shaun Tan - Best friends, pastel 30 x 40 cm

Shaun Tan - Best friends, pastel 30 x 40 cm

Shaun Tan (illustration from 'Eric')                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Story in pictures: Eric by Shaun Tan

Shaun Tan- Like another sc-fi spectacular ,almost like an episode of doctor who.

Shuichi Nakano, "Searching for Paradise" Series. Reminiscent of a dream I once had.

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