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.

The Arrival, by Shaun Tan. How often did meals in China feel this way?

Tales from a diverse universe by Shaun Tan – gallery

The Arrival, by Shaun Tan. How often did meals in China feel this way?

Shaun Tan, 'Never leave a red sock on the clothesline' 2012, oil on canvas, 84 x 73 cm (34" x 30")

Shaun Tan, 'Never leave a red sock on the clothesline' 2012, oil on canvas, 84 x 73 cm (34" x 30")

Shaun Tan at his best ,shame I don't know the name of this beauty. Again and I think Tan has a knack for this but again this leaves me wanting more .More answers . Who is the man ? Where on earth is he? Is this real or a dream ? .

Shaun Tan at his best ,shame I don't know the name of this beauty. Again and I think Tan has a knack for this but again this leaves me wanting more .More answers . Who is the man ? Where on earth is he? Is this real or a dream ? .

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

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

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.

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.

What even are we looking at ...Is not the question really ,the question would be "why can't we stop looking at it ? It's quirkiness and unreal idea is refreshing.

What even are we looking at ...Is not the question really ,the question would be "why can't we stop looking at it ? It's quirkiness and unreal idea is refreshing.

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

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

Shaun Tan: "Because you feel red to me" #ilustracion #illustration

Shaun Tan: "Because you feel red to me" #ilustracion #illustration

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