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The 1997/98 annual report and accounts for the Peabody Trust, designed by London consultancy Autumn, is released this week. Cool blue and warm earthy colours are used to illustrate the work of the trust, London’s biggest and longest serving housing association which is responsible for properties across the capital. Action photography and gatefold spreads are employed to show the fast-moving nature of housing needs in the capital. The photography is by Paul Cordwell.

Falmouth College of Arts lecturers Jonathan Unwin and Christian Topf use a series of icons to represent the institution’s burgeoning range of programmes in its new prospectus. ‘As the college has expanded from art into more diverse courses such as broadcasting, it’s more difficult to show students’ work and so we need to represent the work in a different way,’ says Unwin. The prospectus will shortly be sent out to potential students.

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