EXPOSÉ 11: The Finest Digital Art in the Known Universe

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That was five hundred years ago, and Hell has been running things ever since. From both faculty and students interviews the information you glean should provide data that can shape the policies surrounding popular culture collecting decision making (as much as possible within a given institution). and work to get your colleagues involved. The art is important to me, but the story is more important (by story, I mean plot / character / writing style).

Pages: 240

Publisher: Ballistic Publishing; 11th ed. edition (August 13, 2013)

ISBN: 0987403613

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