Jacinta Dimase Literary Agent Melbourne

Tony Flowers in the Sydney Morning Herald

August 30, 2013

Congratulations to Tony Flowers for his full online and print feature in The Sydney Morning Herald 2013.

There’s a lair in there . . .

When a man armed with glue sticks stands before a room full of young children and encourages them to create pop-up books, there’s a great deal of potential for things to go horribly wrong. But this is Australian illustrator Tony Flowers – conducting a workshop at Paddington’s Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation – and before long, the children are hunkered down on the floor in deep concentration, the room is littered with scraps of coloured paper, and pop-up mermaids, sausage dogs, dragons, snails and even Eiffel Towers begin to emerge…

Read the article in full on the Sydney Morning Herald link below.

Authors: Tony Flowers


Sydney Morning Herald