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  • DOUBLE PAGE SPREADS
  • Logo – The logo of the Title – It has a simple title in white, it is situated at the top left hand corner. It is clear and bold. Banner ‘fluff’ - The ‘fluff’ here promotes the new documentary magazine is situated in the top right corner of the page, over the image. It is bold and bright, standing out against the rest of the page. Text – The test is describing briefly what the article is about. It is in bright yellow and stands out from the page. Image - Drop cap – The There is only one image on this spread and it takes up the page, leaving no white space. The image itself is relevant to the article drop cap is bold and blue, the same colour as the quote used and the banner at the top of the page. Article – The article is situated in a box at the bottom left hand corner, it is sectioned into paragraphs and is laid out into columns. Boarder - There is a boarder surrounding the page with the topical section in which this article files under, printed on it.
  • Main image – The main image takes up most part of this double page spread, however it does not overpower the page. Title - the title is unconventionally small and is almost lost in the midst of the very busy page. Article - The article is in columns of three, a drop cap at the beginning and a quote just above it. It is only small as additional images overpower the text. Additional text – There is additional text situated over the two pages, in different font. Additional images - The additional images take up most of the white space, they have white boarders and appear to be snapshots of the set of the programme. They are colourful and easy on the eye. Page number and magazine name – This is situated at the bottom of each page.