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Rainbow World of Ramzy MasriRamzy Masri aka Space Ram is a...

















Rainbow World of Ramzy Masri

Ramzy Masri aka Space Ram is a graphic designer in Brooklyn, New York who believes in a brighter world through design.

An unapologetic optimist, I value authentic experiences that help people to live fuller, richer lives. I’m a media-agnostic designer interested in what makes things tick, when and if we’ll make contact with aliens and glitter.

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