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Palmer, Val and Cole Phillips, Jennifer and Lupton, Ellen and Miller, Rosalind and Doust, Richard and Sparshott, Steve and Wilkinson, John and Austin, Patricia (2005) Dependence Daze. [Art/Design Item]
Coupland, Geoffrey and Coupland, Orson (2015) Rosemary Sutcliff - A Women in Print Booklet by ZEEL and Orson. [Art/Design Item]
Brown, Chris (2005) Four Volumes of the Complete Novels of F.Scott Fitzgerald. [Art/Design Item]
Ramanathan, Rathna (2014) Folk author: Collaborations between folk artist and publisher, a Tara Books case study. Journal of Illustration, 1 (1). pp. 123-149. ISSN 2052-0204
Holme, Adrian (2014) Alchemy, image and text: the waning of alchemy and the decline of visual discourse in the late Renaissance. Journal of Illustration, 1 (2). pp. 189-209. ISSN 2052-0204
Zeegen, Lawrence (2010) Complete Digital Illustration: A Master Class in Image-Making. Rotovision. ISBN 978-2888930969
Zeegen, Lawrence (2009) What is Illustration? (Essential Design Handbooks). Rotovision. ISBN 978-2888930334
Fairman, Elisabeth and Hogan, Eileen and Salter, Rebecca (2014) Of Green Leaf, Bird, and Flower Artists' Books and the Natural World. Yale University Press, New Haven. ISBN 9780300204247
Rennie, Paul (2005) Modern publicity: advertising and illustration 1920-70. In: Picture this: the artist as illustrator. Herbert Press, pp. 157-178. ISBN 0-7136-7160-2
Shamsavari, Sina (2011) Gay ghetto comics: constructing a dominant gay habitus. In: Comica Symposium 2011, Transitions 2: New Directions in Comics Studies, 5th November 2011, Birkbeck College. (Unpublished)
Ramanathan, Rathna (2013) We two, ours two: towards building an Indian graphic design history. In: Towards Global Histories of Design: Postcolonial Perspectives, Design History Society Annual Conference, 5-8 September 2013, Ahmedabad.
Foster, Andrew and Powell, Gary (2010) Draw,turning thought into lines (Group exhibition). [Show/Exhibition]
Shamsavari, Sina (2015) Gay Comics and Queer Male Comics in America: History, Conventions and Challenges. PhD thesis, King's College London.