Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Ebook by Darrell Stevens

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Darrell Stevens

Originally from the south of England, Darrell moved to the US in 2006, and has been working professionally in Graphic Design since 1995. Now self-employed, Darrell lives in Buffalo, NY. He brings a love of typography and creative design to all of his work. www.coroflot.com/dstevensdesign

 

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Design By:
Darrell Stevens

Originally from the south of England, Darrell moved to the US in 2006, and has been working professionally in Graphic Design since 1995. Now self-employed, Darrell lives in Buffalo, NY. He brings a love of typography and creative design to all of his work. www.coroflot.com/dstevensdesign

 

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Originally from the south of England, Darrell Stevens moved to the US in 2006, and has been working professionally in Graphic Design since 1995. Now self-employed, Darrell lives in Buffalo, NY.

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