Ramzy Masri is a graphic designer from Brooklyn, New York and as he says, he is all about design activism. He describes himself as an unapologetic optimist, who values authentic experiences and always tries to designs things that make a splash in him and the entire world. It is obvious from his work that he hates darkness and depressive colors and transforms everything into rainbow colored creations. His retouches look completely unworldly, but they manage to bright people’s day and boost up their positivity.
A colorful husky.
Why couldn’t more interiors be like this?
The Empire State Buildings different from what it usually looks like.
Nobody thought that a flamingo could look even prettier.
Who’d not visit a beach like this?
A tree, different from the others.
A glamorous interior turned queer.
The Grand Canyon is color.
The very proud statue of Liberty.
Central park couldn’t look better.
Ramzy has worked for various projects that have nothing to do with his rainbow creations, which he mainly published on Instagram. You can watch all his other projects on his website.