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Series: Creative Review

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Creative Review
Creative Review
Creative Review (On Creative Media, Various Issues) by Centaur Publication
Creative Review - various issues
Creative Review: The Food Issue
London Underground 150 Special Issue : Advertising, design and visual culture - 150 years of the tube : what might the next 150 bring by Creative Review
Creative Review (Oct 2001)10-2001
Creative Review (Aug 2004)08-2004
Creative Review (July 2004)07-2004
Creative Review (June 2004)06-2004
Creative Review (Nov 2004)11-2004
Creative Review (April 2005)04-2005
Creative Review (Aug 2005)08-2005
Creative Review (Dec 2005)12-2005
Creative Review (June 2005)06-2005
Creative Review (Nov 2005)11-2005
Creative Review, mrt. 20052005
Creative Review, nov. 200511-2005
Creative Review (January 2006)01-2006
Creative Review (March 2006)03-2006
Creative Review (May 2006)05-2006
Creative Review, apr. 200604-2006
Creative Review - Hegarty et al - june 201106-2011
Creative Review - The Annual Issue - May 201105-2011
Creative Review - The Summer Reading Issue - August 201108-2011
Creative Review - The Annual Issue - May 201205-2012
Creative Review - The Illustration Issue - March 201203-2012
Creative Review - The Slogans Issue - February 201202-2012
Creative Review | The Illustration Issue | Advertising, design and visual culture | March 2012 by Patrick Burgoyne03-2012
Creative Review July 2013: The Type Issue by Patrick Burgoyne07-2013
Creative Review November 2013 Sex Pistols Virgin Records & 40 years of disruption, Advertising, design & visual Culture paperback book11-2013
Creative Review Magazine, December 2014 - Photography Annual by Creative Reivew12-2014

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To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

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