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... And Now For Something Completely Different

13 August 2002

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... And Now For Something Completely Different

The package is proud to announce that from 4 September 2002 we'll be publishing in FULL COLOUR.

As you can imagine - we’re pretty excited about this, and we're particularly stoked about the potential this offers for artwork and photographs. To prepare ourselves for the transition we’re taking a mid-winter break, and although you won’t see The package on the streets for the 21st or 28th August - but be assured - it will definitely be worth the wait. And you'll be able to check the lastest reviews, articles and event information online at

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The package crew

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