See the pictures from the Dulux Colour Awards Gala Event on Wednesday 25 March in Melbourne.
April 9th, 2015
In its 29th year, the Dulux Colour Awards showcased the creative use of colour by leading and influential designers and architects from across Australia and New Zealand. Winners were announced at a Gala Event on Wednesday 25 March in Melbourne, with the theme of revealing the artist celebrated through a unique live painting performance by David Bromley.
This theme was poignant throughout the winning entries, with paint usage showcasing artistic references and unique graphics.
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