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Gridset The Marber

A layout derived from Marber’s classic grid for Penguin books

4 columns derived from the Golden Ratio

This specimen sheet is derived from Marber’s golden-ratio-based grid for Penguin book covers, designed in 1962. It’s comprised of three uneven columns of three hundred pixels, one hundred and sixty pixels and five hundred and twenty two pixels. The gutters are thirty pixels and the overall width is one thousand, one hundred pixels wide. But because it is a fluid grid, the pixel values get turned into percentages.

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This specimen sheet is derived from Marber’s golden-ratio-based grid for Penguin book covers, designed in 1962.

This specimen sheet is derived from Marber’s golden-ratio-based grid for Penguin book covers, designed in 1962. It’s comprised of three uneven columns of three hundred pixels, one hundred and sixty pixels and five hundred and twenty two pixels. The gutters are thirty pixels and the overall width is one thousand, one hundred pixels wide. But because it is a fluid grid, the pixel values get turned into percentages.

This specimen sheet is derived from Marber’s golden-ratio-based grid for Penguin book covers, designed in 1962. It’s comprised of three uneven columns of three hundred pixels, one hundred and sixty pixels and five hundred and twenty two pixels. The gutters are thirty pixels and the overall width is one thousand, one hundred pixels wide. But because it is a fluid grid, the pixel values get turned into percentages.

This specimen sheet is derived from Marber’s golden-ratio-based grid for Penguin book covers, designed in 1962. It’s comprised of three uneven columns of three hundred pixels, one hundred and sixty pixels and five hundred and twenty two pixels. The gutters are thirty pixels and the overall width is one thousand, one hundred pixels wide. But because it is a fluid grid, the pixel values get turned into percentages.

This specimen sheet is derived from Marber’s golden-ratio-based grid for Penguin book covers, designed in 1962. It’s comprised of three uneven columns of three hundred pixels, one hundred and sixty pixels and five hundred and twenty two pixels. The gutters are thirty pixels and the overall width is one thousand, one hundred pixels wide. But because it is a fluid grid, the pixel values get turned into percentages.

This specimen sheet is derived from Marber’s golden-ratio-based grid for Penguin book covers, designed in 1962. It’s comprised of three uneven columns of three hundred pixels, one hundred and sixty pixels and five hundred and twenty two pixels. The gutters are thirty pixels and the overall width is one thousand, one hundred pixels wide. But because it is a fluid grid, the pixel values get turned into percentages.

This specimen sheet is derived from Marber’s golden-ratio-based grid for Penguin book covers, designed in 1962. It’s comprised of three uneven columns of three hundred pixels, one hundred and sixty pixels and five hundred and twenty two pixels. The gutters are thirty pixels and the overall width is one thousand, one hundred pixels wide. But because it is a fluid grid, the pixel values get turned into percentages.