Last Thursday 18 June members of the A+D community came together to celebrate the latest INDESIGN LUMINARIES, bernabeifreeman, at the Living Edge Studio in Surry Hills.
June 22nd, 2009
Above image: (left to right) Kobe Hayes, Kelly Freeman (bernabeifreeman) and Paul McGillick (Indesign)
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