Hudson Fuggle has designed the 2005 prospectus for the Kent Institute of Art and Design, which will be published next week. The group was appointed late last year following a three-way pitch. According to Hudson Fuggle director Julie Hudson, the group was briefed to ensure the prospectus acted as a showcase for student work. The consultancy has used muted colours and simple typography to ‘bring out the students’ work’, she adds. The cover (pictured) features a digitally manipulated image by KIAD MA fashion student Juliana Almeida. The prospectus forms part of the institute’s push for a broader national and international student base.
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