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InDesign class Xavier Travis, working to match the type and image size on a print piece. It's all part of an exercise in his Adobe InDesign class (that's Art 50 for the numerically oriented.)

When he's matched it perfectly he'll go on and design his own masterful piece using the same information, but making it 13.76 times more interesting.


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