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The complete UNDERBELLY 2016

Throughout 2016 award-winning Illustrator Rod Clement has shared UNDRBELLY, his unique take on the corporate workplace, to a huge reception on BlueNotes.

Rod’s biting wit and sometimes esoteric commentary has provided a fantastic addition to the BlueNotes stable. Below, please enjoy the complete UNDERBELLY for 2016.

TELL ME WHY

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THE PEANUT GALLERY

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FUTURE PROOF

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THE END IS NIGH

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FORTUNE TELLING

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LIMITLESS

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COMPLIANCE

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DISRUPTION

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ALAS, POOR PR

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FATE OF THE BOARD

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ALL THE KINGS’ MEN

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SOMETHING EXTRA

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UNCONVINCING

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CLOWNING AROUND

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BOARDROOM BLUES

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Rod Clement is a well-known author, illustrator and cartoonist.

The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.

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