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Stunning use of negative space by Noma Bar

Love is the drug by Noma Bar

This illustration is called, Love is the drug by Noma Bar. I love the simple ilustration style yet it eludes to a much deeper meaning. It takes two symbols and combines them in an interesting way. This is a good example of an editorial illustration.

Gun Crime by Noma Bar, part of his Negative Space Book ::: www.dutchuncle.co.uk/noma-bar-images

Noma Bar’s Negative Space Illustrations

Gun Crime by Noma Bar, part of his Negative Space Book ::: www.dutchuncle.co.uk/noma-bar-images

This portrait of Hitler accompanied James Delingpole's article 'Mein Kash: Milking the Third Reich,' written for Esquire UK. The piece examined the publishing trend to release books about Hitler (which number close to 1,000 on Amazon). For such an article, Bar's choice to convert the moustache into a barcode was spot-on.

Noma Bar’s Minimalist Vector Portraits of Cultural Icons

This portrait of Hitler accompanied James Delingpole's article 'Mein Kash: Milking the Third Reich,' written for Esquire UK. The piece examined the publishing trend to release books about Hitler (which number close to 1,000 on Amazon). For such an article, Bar's choice to convert the moustache into a barcode was spot-on.

Noma Bar — Bitter Sweet                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Noma Bar — Bitter Sweet

Cool use of color and figure design to make two images in one. A match or a hood, with the use of gestalt it could be either.

Noma Bar is an Isreali artist internationally renown and now based in London. His works regularly appear in magazines and on advertising campaigns. His style is very minimalist and based on a very clever use of the negative space. Discover more illustrations on his Facebook page and his page on the site of his agency.

Stunning use of negative space by Noma Bar

This is using the Gestalt principle where we are using positive and negative space. The negative space of the coffee cup is actually a person talking and the top of the coffee cup comes out to be a thought bubble.

Audrey Hepburn. Faces Hidden in the Symbolism of Illustrations. See more art and information about Noma Bar, Press the Image.

Faces Hidden in the Symbolism of Illustrations. See more art and information about Noma Bar, Press the Image.

Noma Bar

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Noma Bar Noma is an Israeli born graphic designer who uses pictograms and caricatures to make incredibly clever, simplified modern designs. Take a closer look in the negative space.

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