The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

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Author House, Mar 12, 2013 - Fiction - 54 pages
The Wizard of Oz is an American fairy tale that has become embedded in popular culture. This book provides the reader with a fresh experience while keeping the turn-of-the-century charm of the original material.
 

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Joshua M. Allen is a self-taught artist, designer, and illustrator. As soon as he was able to hold a crayon, he began to put pictures to stories, and stories to pictures. Monsters, aliens, superheroes, and robots covered page after page. He would sketch until his folders were full, and then throw them away to start again. In this way, his art was ever-changing and impermanent. It still is, and he hopes to be able fill paper with scribbles for the rest of his life.

Joshua M. Allen is a self-taught artist, designer, and illustrator. As soon as he was able to hold a crayon, he began to put pictures to stories, and stories to pictures. Monsters, aliens, superheroes, and robots covered page after page. He would sketch until his folders were full, and then throw them away to start again. In this way, his art was ever-changing and impermanent. It still is, and he hopes to be able fill paper with scribbles for the rest of his life.

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