As Utrecht School of Arts (HKU) is a large school, it spits out a large number of students every year. So the catalogue of final exam projects had to incorporate the works of some 200-plus students. First came the title, Collected Works, and it went on from there. By using extremely thick paper, a traditional binding lined with cloth, gold foil and bookmarks, we created a sort of Bible. The layout was simple: each student was in charge of his or her own spread, and the credits were placed in the margin. The rich ornamentation that would accompany a classical publication was replaced by patterns made of dot-matrix letters and other postmodern ornamentation.