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A Sky Full of Kindness

Rob Ryan

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Hodder & Stoughton
25 October 2011
Art & design styles: Postmodernism; Other graphic art forms; Individual artists, art monographs; Fiction & Literature
With magical, intricate papercuts Rob Ryan tells the story of two birds about to become parents for the first time. From the hopes for their unborn child to the fears about their own state of readiness, A SKY FULL OF KINDNESS captures the intense and contradictory feelings of an unconditional love.
By:   Rob Ryan
Imprint:   Hodder & Stoughton
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 252mm,  Width: 202mm,  Spine: 15mm
Weight:   460g
ISBN:   9781444723410
ISBN 10:   1444723413
Pages:   64
Publication Date:   25 October 2011
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Rob Ryan was born in Cyprus in 1962. He studied Fine Art at Nottingham Trent Polytechnic before going on to an MA in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art in London. He has collaborated with Paul Smith, Liberty, Fortnum & Mason and many others.

Reviews for A Sky Full of Kindness

'Heavenly' * <i>Easy Living</i> * 'One for the heart' * <i>New Statesman</i> * 'Charming' * <i>Harper's</i> * 'Beautiful and moving' * <i>Sainsbury's magazine</i> * 'A dazzling union of concept and craft' * <i>Big Issue</i> * 'Stunning...his original style is universally renowned' * <i>Time Out</i> * 'Heartbreaking' * <i>Independent</i> * 'Every page is a wonder, with something to delight in. The more the look, the more you see.' * <i>Telegraph</i> * 'Rob Ryan does magic.' * <i>Marie Claire</i> * 'We love Rob Ryan's paper creations. Made from delicate cut-out shapes, bright prints and accompanied by sharply witty words, his work is guaranteed to make you smile.' * <i>Elle</i> * 'Delightful...Ryan tells his tale entirely through exquisite cut-paper illustrations...the pictures are nothing less than extraordinary.' * <i>Sunday Telegraph</i> *


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