Congratulations to the winners! Brad Isnard from the US, George Grieve from New Zealand, Ellie Setford from the UK, Kyparissia Papadopoulou from Greece and Patricia Urlan from Romania.
The publication is a joint venture between design journalist Katie Treggiden and magCulture's Jeremy Leslie.
Themes discussed in the magazine include London's status as creative capital of the UK, design fairs and curation, Dubai's identity as an emerging design destination, and the importance of permanence and legacy at design fairs.
"The magazine follows the same format as previous issues," said Treggiden. "Kaleidoscope is a visual record of everything I saw across the four shows, then we explore some of those objects in more depth through interviews and features about the making process for example and opinion sections help to make sense of it all by offering insight and analysis."
"But I think we've really hit our stride with this issue as we're starting to explore more weighty topics and reflect on the role of design in a fast-changing world," she added.
"One of the founding principles of the magazine is that, for it to be created in the best interests of the readers, it needed to be funded by the readers," said Treggiden in an interview with Dezeen.
"The magazine will focus specifically on discovering new designers, who rarely have PR representation or relationships with larger titles," she explained. "There isn't another magazine dedicated to discovering new talent at design festivals – it's quite a niche."
Issue 3 is available to purchase from the Fiera website for £20.
This competition has now closed. Winners will be selected at random and notified by email, and their names will be published at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.