Members of Melbourne’s design industry gathered last week to celebrate Indesign Luminary Ross Didier’s career to date
December 3rd, 2012
In line with Ross Didier’s recognition in issue#51 as Indesign Luminary, a small gathering at his Melbourne studio last week marked the occassion.
Luminary Event Photos © Gustav Kollar
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