This is an article from the magazine V. This has a very simple grid, with no captions or sidebars in it. I think that there is four columns, counting the white space on either size of the text. I counted seven rows, because I started with the white space at the bottom and broke up the page from there. Each question asked fits into that particular size, so that is how I figured there were seven rows. I think this is appealing to a viewer because it is a very simple layout. There is not a lot of surrounding text and image that distracts them from the point of the article. Since the text is divided up so evenly, the reader has a sense of symmetry when looking at the article.