Designer needed

Written By: - Date published: 4:15 pm, November 10th, 2008 - 4 comments
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A couple of mates of mine are working on a new left-wing project and are in need of some design help to get it off the ground.

It sounds interesting and should be a bit of fun, so if you’re a leftie with design skills and you’re happy to donate a bit of your time just contact me here and I’ll put you in touch with the right people. Cheers.

4 comments on “Designer needed”

  1. OOB 1

    off topic but chris achovole had at least 60 billboards with him advertised on in the Tasman region
    Nick Smith is quoted by the Nelson mail as saying the billboards cost 200 bucks each so 12000$ spent just in Tasman alone
    that only allows 8000$ out of the $20000 electorate spend
    I sure that up and down the “coast” including Greymouth and Westport and Hokitiki he would have had more then 40 billboards
    perhaps Damien O Conner should look in to this

  2. Janet 2

    Perhaps the Exclusive Brethren donated them.

  3. randal 3

    anyway back on topic
    I dont think the new model is going to fly
    better have the new model ready asap

  4. Ari 4

    Perhaps the Exclusive Brethren donated them.

    Very funny, but donations in kind still count as electoral spending. 😉

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