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Spring issue now in bookstores and newsagents

LINO's Spring issue is filled with many special talents, insightful stories and an abundance of creative endeavours.

From an unusual mixture of textures by illustrator, Ron Monnier, to the Dreaming of Shane Pickett's Jdewat and Balladong cultural values, so magnificently expressed in his art, we portray a mosaic of equally inspiring photography, contemporary design and exciting possibilities emerging from Australia and New Zealand.

Design in Africa (INDABA 2007), Expo in China (Expo 2010), logo competitions in Europe, stadiums (Germany), schools (Bath), sculptures (outdoor) and business centres (Turkey), photography, fashion and food, our Spring issue certainly celebrates life!

We are also pleased to announce the CALL FOR ENTRIES to the 11th Webby Awards, the leading international award honouring excellence in Web design.

You can see their ad and find out more about this issue of LINO at

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