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Map of the world / drawn from memory by the artist Shag based upon his travels of planet Earth
Bib ID 6197648
Format MapMap [cartographic image, still image, sheet]
Author
Shag, 1962- artist
 
Scale Scale not given (W 180⁰00’-E 180⁰00’/N 90⁰00’-S 90⁰00’). 
Description [Melbourne] : [Outre Gallery], [2012] 
1 map : colour ; 44 x 92 cm, on sheet 54 x 102 cm. 
Notes

Pictorial map of the world. Relief shown pictorially.

Originally released in November of 2012 to celebrate the second edition of the book "Supersonic swingers."

National Library of Australia's copy is 132 of a limited edition of 150 signed copies

Subjects Shag, - 1962- - Travel.  |  World maps - Maps.
Time Coverage 2012 
Form/genre Pictorial maps.
Other authors/contributors Shag, 1962- Supersonic swingers  |  Outre Gallery

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