RED GERARD of the United States competes during the Snowboard Mens Slopestyle Final Feb. 11. Gerard, 17, won the first gold medal for Team USA in the 2018 winter Olympic games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
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WELL…I AM SURPRISED. Maybe even shocked. I thought some of you might have been to London at one time or another. I thought some of you might know the Tower of London when you see it. Nope. Not one guess. Yep…surprising. Here’s the original photo, Union Jack and all:
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YOU JUST CAN’T DO good news design without having a good grid to work from. Not possible. I’m a strong proponent of the grid in newspaper design. To me, it’s at the core of everything we do. You can’t put muscles and skin on your design without a good grid skeleton to drape them on.
Over at creativebloq.com, Gavin Ambrose has some thoughts on how to get more from the grid. Check it out here.