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November 14, 2008


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Jess Maggi

While Stickney is correct that the poster of La Loie Fuller shows the art in graphic design, I am even more struck my Stickney's words. She has made me re-look and look more closely at the graphic design that bombards my life, the wine bottle, the cover of a text book, and see the art that is sometimes buried beneath words and information. Thank you!

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