This is a magazine spread featuring a Michael Bieraut article explaining how the typeface Baskerville is subconsciously associated with the truth. 
For the main image of this composition, I chose to have an old photo of John Baskerville framed with letters of his legendary type face in alphabetical order.  I also made sure the "B" of Baskerville was front and center for visual impact.  
On the secondary image, I used a scientific illustration of a human brain with the same overlapping and color but instead of just showing the alphebet, I decided to use the word truth repeated and overlayed to help tie the visual with the articles premise.  
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