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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Shape of Tasmania

Shape of Tasmania

By BRYONY NAINBY | The whimsical, wonderful and weird ways in which Tasmania’s distinctive triangular shape has been used by illustrators, cartoonists and graphic designers are featured in an online exhibition created by the State Library of Tasmania.

The Shape of Tasmania exhibition includes apple case labels, posters, postcards, magazine covers and advertisements drawn from the State Library of Tasmania’s Heritage Collections and can be found at:
www.statelibrary.tas.gov.au/Heritage/exhibitions/shapeoftas/

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