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To design the interior of a non-fiction book about vintage audio, with 400+ photographs and 100+ stories. It will be hard cover, about 8-1/2 x 11 in size, and about 300 pages. We need an experienced book designer who will work with us (part of the time) in the Glassell Park/Eagle Rock area. We have made a rough paper layout, have taken the project as far as we can, and need someone to translate our work into InDesign. We have a specific book whose design we wish to emulate.

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