From Negative to Positive

October 6, 2010 § Leave a comment

London-based, Israeli-born graphic artist Noma Bar grew up in a very Bauhaus-inspired setting.

Part graphic design, part political statement, part humor, part caricature– he developed an undoubtedly unique style that takes full advantage of negative space. Not simple, but efficient.

In his own words:

“I do a lot of drawings. I have more than 60 sketch books. When I go to the computer I already know what I’m doing.  Almost all the conceptualizing is done. I look where many people don’t look. For example things on the floor. A lot of things happen on the floor. I look at negative spaces. I would look at the space between two cars, instead of the cars. In a sense I’m always looking and getting all the wrong information.”


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