There is a rodent consuming a goanna on white pavement in the corner of the opening. The first page depicts a pristine Australia with vivid blue sky and red earth but as the British begin their colonisation, introducing vehicles and technology into the country, the blue of the sky slowly fades as the dirty pollution takes over sucking up the colour of the land as well.
Probably about seven months off and onwith more than half that time spent thinking, drawing, reading and just looking around with the book in mind. The Simpsons always comes to mind on this question although I'm, sure there are better examples as something that works on multiple levels, with occasional references to things most viewers including me would miss, like famous photographs.
You got that right - I'm too scared to calculate how much I make an hour on these things! It acts as a guide on how to highlight issues and the level of explanation. The Rabbitsan allegorical picture book by John Marsden writer and Shaun Tan illustrator and Rabbit Proof Fencea film directed by Phillip Noyce, are just two examples of this.
Thus Tan presents us with a visual allegory of the rabbit society as manipulative and un-relentless nature. This historical account uses fifteen spreads of illustration with actions, settings and characters consisting of people in animal-like, specifically, rabbit-like appearance.