Another noteworthy complaint involved the size and clarity of the text and photos. I found myself straining to read label information and decipher images. The font, at times, appears to be in the single digits. I speculate that this reduction is motivated by the inclusion of relatively small images. Photographs, which are reprinted multiple times throughout the catalog, are sometimes smaller than a United States postage stamp. Furthermore, there appears to be a dullness that could be the result of the paper choice. These clarity issues are particularly problematic with the visual essays where numerous images have been reduced to fit on two pages. Perhaps this diminished scale is intended to reinforce the scrapbook effect. I think it affects the impact.