Originally guest posted by Michael Bojkowski
Music and graphics are indivisible in Mark Robinson’s distinctive brand of design. Best known for having founded the Washington based indie label, Teenbeat records, Mark has been producing the majority of the artwork on the label himself under the moniker ‘Teenbeat Graphica’ as well as playing on and producing much of it’s output. Now over 20 years young, Teenbeat provides a rich seem of graphic experimentation. Something you could only get away with when you are your own client. Mark’s getting ready to launch his online portfolio, in the meantime you can always peruse Teenbeat’s impressive back catalogue.
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