Columns and Rows

I think this spread has 2 columns and 14 rows. The two columns help the design look better by fitting well under the larger text, and allowing lots of room for the large picture on the left. The amount of rows helps it stay organized from top to bottom by having lots of space between paragraphs and headlines.

-Mark Rubino

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