Series: Graphis Photo

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Photographis '66 International Annual of Advertising Photography by Walter Herdeg1966
Photographis 76 by Walter Herdeg1976
Photographis 80 : The International Annual of Advertising and Editorial Photography by Walter Herdeg1980
Photographis 85 by Walter Herdeg1985
Graphis Photo 91 by B. Martin Pedersen1991
Graphis Photo 1994 by B. Martin Pedersen1994
Graphis Photo 95: The International Annual of Photography (Graphis Photo Annual) by B. Martin Pedersen1995
Graphis Photo 96 (Graphis Photo Annual) by Martin B. Pedersen1996
Graphis Photography 2003 (Photography Annual) by B. Pedersen2003
Photography Annual 2005 (Graphis Photo Annual) by B. Pedersen2005
Photo Annual 2006 (Graphis Photo Annual) by B. Martin Pedersen2006

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