New York City-based graphic designer and recent Rhode Island School of Design graduate Annalisa Van Den Bergh created this series of minimalist graphics illustrating her perception of the differences between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Van Den Bergh was inspired by Vahram Muratyan’s book Paris vs New York. She writes,
"[Paris vs New York] is a book of fun illustrations comparing the two cities. I’ve always admired the collection because Muratyan doesn’t put down either place; instead, he paints a friendly, simple comparison between two cities he adores. Inspired, I illustrated a spin-off featuring California’s most notable cities: San Francisco and Los Angeles."
See the full set of drawings here.