graphic layout diagram for 6 spreads.  Notice: full-bleed vs. border, scale of elements, alignments, text-image relations, and figure-ground relations (as a diagram the individual elements are all represented as rectangle, but you also have the opportunity for certain elements to become more figural and work with the background "space" of the page.

graphic layout diagram for 6 spreads. Notice: full-bleed vs. border, scale of elements, alignments, text-image relations, and figure-ground relations (as a diagram the individual elements are all represented as rectangle, but you also have the opportunity for certain elements to become more figural and work with the background "space" of the page.

graphic layout diagram for 6 spreads.  Notice: full-bleed vs. border, scale of elements, alignments, text-image relations, and figure-ground relations (as a diagram the individual elements are all represented as rectangle, but you also have the opportunity for certain elements to become more figural and work with the background "space" of the page.

graphic layout diagram for 6 spreads. Notice: full-bleed vs. border, scale of elements, alignments, text-image relations, and figure-ground relations (as a diagram the individual elements are all represented as rectangle, but you also have the opportunity for certain elements to become more figural and work with the background "space" of the page.

graphic layout diagram for 6 spreads.  Notice: full-bleed vs. border, scale of elements, alignments, text-image relations, and figure-ground relations (as a diagram the individual elements are all represented as rectangle, but you also have the opportunity for certain elements to become more figural and work with the background "space" of the page.

graphic layout diagram for 6 spreads. Notice: full-bleed vs. border, scale of elements, alignments, text-image relations, and figure-ground relations (as a diagram the individual elements are all represented as rectangle, but you also have the opportunity for certain elements to become more figural and work with the background "space" of the page.

graphic layout diagram for 6 spreads.  Notice: full-bleed vs. border, scale of elements, alignments, text-image relations, and figure-ground relations (as a diagram the individual elements are all represented as rectangle, but you also have the opportunity for certain elements to become more figural and work with the background "space" of the page.

graphic layout diagram for 6 spreads. Notice: full-bleed vs. border, scale of elements, alignments, text-image relations, and figure-ground relations (as a diagram the individual elements are all represented as rectangle, but you also have the opportunity for certain elements to become more figural and work with the background "space" of the page.

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