No clue what to design

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The goal is to bring the same amount of black both in left and right, and top and bottom. If y

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they just differ by a small difference: 3.9558%!
Note: yes the inkspot is smaller than the rectangle, but being pretty sharp and detailed makes it attract more attention.

I love to test my designs using a “thin

“balance scheme” and it’s a black and white version of a concept, where I use simple geometric figures to replace my contents

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