Breaking the Page

One of the great things about having rules is, occasionally, you get to break them. Ninety-nine times out of 100, breaking the page is frowned upon – mostly by me.

It makes printing a bear, it can lead to sloppy folding in the binding process, and if you don’t line everything up properly you end up looking like you made a mistake.

This one is a reason to break that rule. The art of the pipe that breaks the page is not super colorful, so any color shift in printing is minimal. It not only makes the pipe more interesting, but everything else on the page in the process. Layout in InDesign.