This exercise asked me to analyse one of the examples from the previous exercise, looking to match the type and layout as close as possible.
The type faces used was a heavy san serif, a bold san serif and then finally a serif font for the body copy.
I chose Gotham, in its black and bold variation, I approximated the font size and the leading the headline I was trying to copy was three rows long so this gave me a good indication of size. I guess that a newspaper would have set sizes to work from to keep rhythm to the spacing. For the body, I chose a typeface called Palatino, a serif font, I actually chose this because the way the serifs on the upper terminals went straight down.
The Hierarchy of the page is made from a Header in Uppercase, a sub header, again displayed in uppercase. We then have one last bold sans serif which is teh name of the articles authir and a dotted diving line leads into the copy.
The body is laid out into three columns using justified text, paragraphs are used and a space is offered to help readability.