This catalogue of work by final-year students does, fairly unfussily, what it is supposed to do: show us who’s who and who did what. Each work appears on a spread following the portrait, but for the time being stays a secret: thanks to a perfect combination of Japanese binding and stamp perforation on the fore-edge, it is up to the reader whether to enter the space where the work behind the portraits is kept. For those not fond of the Japanese style of binding: tear all the perforations open and you have a perfectly ordinary cold-glued book.
Each of the five disciplines at this college has been given a colour, so along each perforation there is a bar of colour denoting the relevant discipline. This system of colours has been used in all the texts: simple but effective.
Honorary appreciation Best Book Design from all over the World, Leipzig 2007