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Romek Marber’s grid, used for cover layout by Penguin in the early 1960′s, neatly grouped the typographic information and the colophon together within the top third of the page, allowing for over two thirds of the cover to be used by the illustration.    Via The Book Design Blog

Marber Grid Penguin Book Cover Design In a Polish graphic designer by the name of Romek Marber, conceived a grid layout for Penguin book covers that became one of the most praised and recognised layouts of all time.

Grid Systems in Graphic Design/Raster Systeme Fur Die Visuele Gestaltung (German and English Edition): Josef Muller-Brockmann: 9783721201451: Amazon.com: Books

Book of the Month: Grid Systems in Graphic Design/Raster Systeme Fur Die Visuele Gestaltung (German and English Edition) by Josef Muller-Brockmann.

I like that there is a space to put headers as well as footers in this. It is a complex grid, but when text it put into it, it does not seem complex at all. I like that the text can go all the way across, or stay within the column on the right or left.

Golden Ratio Grid Construction, step "Content is now added to the grid, including running heads and folios.

Five simple steps to designing grid systems - Part 2

grid system is used to make sure the audience takes in as much of the information shown as easily as possible.

Grid ratios | Jan Tschichold #grid #penguinbooks

Grids work in ratio to each other and so one must give this careful consideration when making headings, subheadings etc.

catalog of selected posters by Josef Müller-Brockmann from 1948 to 1981 via ilovetypography.com

catalog of selected posters by Josef Müller-Brockmann from 1948 to 1981 via…

The Secret Law of Page Harmony - @retinart. Oh the Lesson Plan possibilities! Art, graphic design, bookmaking, page layouts, text blocks, math, portion & size, ratios, grids, Fibonacci Sequence, and the Golden Ratio...

A simple graphic of the secret canon page-size ratio) for a double text area. The image comes from a site called Retinart and its article in the Secret Law of Page Harmony. Copyrights to Retinart.

Creating lines: A 'hanging line' is created by drawing a line across from the bisecting lines (a). Dividing the space between line (b) and the top (c) gives us our hanging line.

Grid Construction step "A 'hanging line' is then created by drawing a line across from the bisecting lines. (a) Dividing the space between line (b) and the top of our content area (c) gives us our hanging line.

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