Glasgow group Third Eye Design has redesigned the University of Kent magazine, creating six covers that will be used over the next three years. The consultancy won the contract following a three-way pitch in November 2004. The twice-yearly magazine has a readership of approximately 35 000. The designs are intended to communicate a contemporary, cosmopolitan and progressive approach, and all six covers were produced together to aid consistency of approach.
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