Invisible Things

Notes

A book about devising, structured as a series of themed chapters intercut with case studies of key elements of the creative process.

Artist / Author Fevered Sleep, David Harradine
ISBN 978-0-9559082-1-7
Reference P1786
Date 2011
Type Publication

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