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Megalo for posters, t-shirt printing, fabric printing, industrial sewing machines, contract work, low cost printing, classes in paper and fabric printing, open access facilities for hire groups or individuals / [Paul Costigan]
Bib ID 7043846
Format PicturePicture [still image, text, sheet]
Author
Costigan, Paul, creator
 
Description Canberra : Megalo Screenprint Workshop Incorporated, [probably 1988] 
1 poster : colour ; 50.9 x 37.9 cm 
Summary

Poster promoting the Megalo Screenprint Workshop. Features an image of a poster hanger on a ladder pasting a green poster. :

Notes

Caption title.

Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Subjects Megalo Access Arts -- Posters.  |  Printers -- Australian Capital Territory -- Posters.  |  Print workshops -- Australian Capital Territory -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia -- Posters.  |  Australian
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