Giveaway: WIN one of two copies of This is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen (closed)

Released just this month, you can win one of two copies of this clever and moralistic book courtesy of Walker Books Australia.

Read our book review for more information about This is Not My Hat.

To enter:

The winner:

Terms and conditions:

1. Each reader may enter only once.

2. Entrants must live in Australia to be eligible for this give-away.

3. All entries must be received by  10pm (AEDT) Wednesday 24 October 2012 to be eligible

4. The winner will be selected using

5. The  winner will be notified via email and will  also be announced on, facebook and Twitter.

6. The winner is asked to send a reply email with their delivery address and the book will be sent directly from the publisher.

Good luck!

Giveaway: WIN one of two copies of This is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen (closed)


  1. The simplicity and abundance of natural light.

  2. I really like the turtle statues! Especially the one on the edge of the pot plant.

  3. The unique picture board

  4. Jon has my bookshelves. It’s clearly a stylish space :-)

  5. Loved the big corkboard for heaps of very organised pics. I was a little surprised at how monocromatic it was. An Artists Space with heaps of ideas and ‘characters’ to work with.

  6. I’m intrigued by the folding chair against the wall. So convenient for trips into the world outside the studio. I picture him on it, riverside, a boater’s hat perhaps, and a sketchbook, of course.

  7. I love the uniqueness of it all. I cannot pinpoint one favourite picture, but his style is individualistic and puts reality into question. Amazing

  8. It looks interesting – I could poke around in there for ages! I love the turtle collection :)

  9. The character board for control of the imagery etc. A brilliant idea and so organised

  10. I like the amazing use of light and shade throughout the studio. Even the desktop lamp is flexible, allowing light from different angles. It says “Artist” in every way.

  11. The Canadian flag

  12. I think cepia is the best ligth- color-mood for ideas and vivid nostalgias. It reminds me a lot of grown up spaces around me when i was little. Thank you for the giveaway.

  13. Loved looking in the studio – thanks for the link. My favourite piece is the desk chair – it looks inviting and artistic.

  14. I enjoyed looking through the pictures up on the cork board. An interesting mix.

  15. Love the rustic vibe to the studio :)

  16. I just love the sense of space and the natrual light in the studio. But what I find interesting is the little animal statues that Jon has. I wonder if they have been inspiring his work?!

  17. The storyline and characters

  18. I just love sticky beaking in on anyone’s studio space. In particular I love checking out their inspiration boards and Jon’s is a little different from the norm in that the colours are quite muted. Nice.

  19. I love the whole rustic, eclectic, yet functional feel of the space. He has really made it his own, it just oozes personality!

  20. I love the little goose, too cute!!!!

  21. Looks like it’s many things that inspire him when he needs a little imagination. Own unique little world outside his mind.

  22. It looks worked in and busy.