Release the Beast
Release the Beast is a picture book text in which a child responds to controlling adults by unleashing his imaginary beast. In the style of Sendak, Release the Beast seeks to give children a healthy outlet for anger and frustration.
|Dimensions||214 × 214 mm|
Romy Sai Zunde
Romy Sai Zunde has published short stories, creative nonfiction and poetry in Australian and British magazines. She was an official writer in residence at Shakespeare & Co, Paris and is the winner of several small awards for poetry and prose. In 2007 Romy completed a Blitt (Hons) of Creative Writing (Monash University), during which her fiction was awarded the Arthur Brown Memorial Prize for best thesis and the Faculty Award (Department of English). In 2010 she completed her Masters of Creative Writing (Melbourne University) on an APA scholarship. Cinzah Seekayem is an Auckland based Artist / Illustrator / Professional Mess maker. He works in a diverse practic which ranges from intricate drawings through to digital illustration and large scale mural works. He works in a quirk-illustrative style mainly focussing on character based art. Cinzah draws directly from his own imagination exploring themes such as childhood nostalgia, daydreaming, nature, travel and studies of slightly deranged city folk. Cinzah's works are held in private collections in New York and Berlin and have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions and mural productions throughout New Zealand, Australia, Japan, South East Asia and America.