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Megalo Access Arts / Harrison
Bib ID 7043922
Format PicturePicture [still image, text, sheet]
Printer Canberra: Megalo Access Arts, [between 1981 and 2000]
Description 1 poster : colour ; 29.9 x 42.8 cm 
Summary

Poster depicting the Megalo Access Arts studio logo. Features a bright pink dinosaur holding a placard with the studio's name on it. Artist's signature appears lower right.

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Subjects Logos (Symbols) -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Posters.  |  Signs and symbols -- Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra -- Posters.  |  Dinosaurs -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia -- Posters.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Megalo Access Arts, issuing body
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