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  • Erin Walters

    This is a piece by Mark Brooks for Santa Monica Legitimate Wear. The black and white are really contrasting against one another and the slanting lines create an interesting illusion, like the rain will just move for the plane. It's really minimal, which I like. I feel that the solid black cloud balances out all the thin black lines.

  • Chandra

    SantaMonica LW #graphicdesign

  • Antonino Benincasa

    Mark Brooks is a graphic designer and art director who has divided his career between New York and Barcelona. He has worked on a broad range of projects for diverse clients: from album covers and limited edition posters, to book covers, a clothing line which highlights exclusive t-shirt design, and many branding and corporate identity related projects. His work has been published in multiple books and magazines and featured in many international design blogs and websites.

  • Yoenpaperland

    /// Limited Edition Posters / Turbulence #print #poster #design #santamonica #barcelona

  • Dallas Schoen

    SantaMonica LW #illustration #blackandwhite #Graphic Design

Clouds, Poster Design, Art, Illustration, Santa Monica, Graphicdesign, Graphics Design, Santamonica, Mark Brooks

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