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But post-modernism happened because it is the way we live. Seattle: Frye Art Museum Hasib, Azaraimy Hj and Lyna Mohammad. 2002. A new generation takes over the 3rd (sic) annual Reuben awards. With razor-sharp dialogue, believable emotion, and enough twists and turns to keep anyone on their toes, it's a fantastically-designed graphic novel par excellence! Their collaboration was to information design what Gilbert and Sullivan were to light opera or Rogers and Hammerstein were to the Broadway musical.

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Publisher: IMPACT; 1st edition (March 20, 2011)

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