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A great ad campaign in its day by unique skateboard developer, Alien Workshop. The contrasting values and minimalist style of the icons they used was pure gold. Here are some of their best from that era.
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Sunrise at Minot Light. Photo taken by Jean Milch. Provided via the “Visit Massachusetts” Facebook page.
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