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Cut a 2.5 inch square hole completely through a magazine of your choice. Choose ten compositions which, when placed in a sequence, tell a visual story. Scan these in grayscale so the final files are 5 inches square at 300dpi. In InDesign, place the images in a ten spread sequence in the manner you deem best. Working with a single font family, add a significant body of text (750-1000 words), exploring different sizes, leading, and values. Consider not only the conversation which happens across the individual spread, but also the pacing of the entire sequence. You are the author, poet, storyteller. You must bring thematic unity to the whole. (Designs by Eliza Brillantes, Michael Chrysovergis, and Chelsea White)


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