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.