The 2008 Australian Dulux Colour Awards was held in Melbourne in March. indesignlive.com reporter, Jess Noble, traveled interstate for the event.
March 28th, 2008
"Paint by Dulux."
Working in the Architectural media, it is a known fact that Dulux is the paint of choice. Dissecting architectural projects in Indesign Magazine was a job of mine for months before we launched indeslignlive.com.
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