POL Oxygen release their latest special edition
December 18th, 2007
A pink and silver POL Oxygen Magazine, ‘The Inspirational Issue’, has hit the newsagent’s shelves.
This special issue asks – who inspires the greats in design, art and architecture? Worth a peek.
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