Negative Space Art by Noma Bar

23 Dec 2012

Noma Bar reasonably uses negative space to create some simple, yet thought-provoking illustrations.

The artists have a strange habit of not leaving any space unused. Noma Bar is not an exception.

He reasonably uses negative space to create some simple, yet thought-provoking illustrations. In the collection called “Negative Space” the artist relies on the space that surrounds the subject to provide certain shape and meaning referring to any topic that conjures feelings of unease and discomfort.

Avinoam Noma Bar, is an Israel illustrator and a graphic designer. Bar wanted to be an artist since he was a child. During the first Gulf War Bar discovered his interest in a unique combination of caricature and pictograms. After graduating in 2000 from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design with a degree in graphic design, Bar moved to London to pursue his career.

His works have also been featured in many media outlets including: Time Out London, BBC, Random House, The Observer, The Economist and Wallpaper.  Bar has illustrated over sixty magazine covers, published over 550 illustrations and released two books: ‘Guess Who – The Many Faces of Noma Bar’, in 2008 and ‘Negative Space’ in early 2009.

 

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