- Alignment: All text is justified and aligns (more or less) uniformly on each page and across the spread (mirrored).
- Contrast: The meaning of the words contrasts with the handwriting/font used for the text directly below each image.
- Contrast: The handwriting/font used for the text also contrasts with the image itself (i.e. the rounded casual script vs. the orderly, mostly straight lines of the pattern on the left and the precise, serif font vs. the haphazardly painted round dots of the pattern on the right)
- White Space: Each page has the same margins and about the same amount of overall white space
About this image: A two-page spread from an art journal, each page is originally 6"x9". The images are photographs of a portion of a wall and a door in my home (each originally created just as described on the journal pages). The script on the left page is my handwriting, written directly on the image using a graphics tablet pen.