Chairbiz had much to showcase and celebrate at Brisbane Indesign, with a new showroom and live art on display for visitors.
June 7th, 2012
As part of The Project, Chairbiz enlisted 10 Brisbane artists to create artworks throughout the day, culminating in a live auction which gave visitors a chance to take home their very own piece of Brisbane Indesign history.
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