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Fundamentals of Animation by Paul Wells
The Fundamentals of Architecture by Lorraine Farrelly
The Fundamentals of Branding by Melissa Davis
The Fundamentals of Creative Advertising (Fundamentals) by Ken Burtenshaw
Fundamentals of Creative Design (Fundamentals) by Gavin Ambrose
The Fundamentals of Creative Photography by David Prakel
The Fundamentals of Design Management by Kathryn Best
The Fundamentals of Digital Art by Richard Colson
The Fundamentals of Film Making by Jane Barnwell
The Fundamentals of Graphic Design by Paul Harris
The Fundamentals of Illustration by Lawrence Zeegan
The Fundamentals of Interior Architecture by Naomi House
The Fundamentals of Interior Design by Simon Dodsworth
The Fundamentals of Landscape Architecture by Tim Waterman
The Fundamentals of Marketing by Edward Russell
The Fundamentals of Photography by Helen Drew
The Fundamentals of Printed Textile Design by Alex Russell
The Fundamentals of Product Design by Richard Morris
The Fundamentals of Sonic Arts and Sound Design by Tony Gibbs
The Fundamentals of Typography by Gavin Ambrose

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