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David Macaulay

American illustrator

1946   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: Rhode Island School of Design
occupation: writer, architect, illustrator, university teacher, children's writer
award received: National Humanities Medal, Caldecott Medal, MacArthur Fellows Program, Zilveren Griffel, Silver Brush, Charles Frankel Prize

David Macaulay (born 2 December 1946) is a British-born American illustrator and writer. His works include Cathedral (1973), The Way Things Work (1988) and The New Way Things Work (1998). His illustrations have been featured in nonfiction books combining text and illustrations explaining architecture, design and engineering, and he has written a number of children's fiction books. Macaulay was a 2006 recipient of a MacArthur Fellows Program award and received the Caldecott Medal in 1991 for Black and White (1990).
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Black and White

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Building Big

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book by David Macaulay

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The New Way Things Work

author: David Macaulay

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