The first ever online poll for the Launch Pad program received close to 1000 votes with the stunning ‘ATTA coffee table’ by Nic Cairns receiving the most votes. Thanks to all the voters, Nic has won a Mondaine watch valued at $699. Congratulations also to the following voters who have all won prizes! Daniel […]
September 11th, 2009
The first ever online poll for the Launch Pad program received close to 1000 votes with the stunning ‘ATTA coffee table’ by Nic Cairns receiving the most votes.
Thanks to all the voters, Nic has won a Mondaine watch valued at $699.
Congratulations also to the following voters who have all won prizes!
Daniel Marshall has won a Mondaine watch valued at $699
Gonzalo Portas, Danielle Wong and Tania Fisk have all won a subscription to the Indesign publication of their choice.
We look forward to your votes for next year’s crop of finalists.
Congratulations Nic and well done to all the designers, judges, mentors and visitors who took part in this fantastic program.
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