Roman Mars

Host and Producer, “99% Invisible” and author, The 99% Invisible City

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Roman Mars talks about LA, writing for print v. radio, and whether he secretly yearns to be a designer.

Roman Mars turns ‘99% Invisible’ city into a 100% visible book

Roman Mars talks about LA, writing for print v. radio, and whether he secretly yearns to be a designer.

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