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Cut it Out by Noma Bar at Outline Editions - Dezeen

Cut it Out by Noma Bar at Outline Editions

Israeli-born Noma Bar studied graphic design and typography at the  Jerusalem Academy of Art& Design before moving to London in 2001.  Describing his craft as visual communication, combining the skills of  artist, illustrator and designer, Noma states he’s “after the maximum  communication with minimum elements”. His two stunning and highly acclaimed  books, The Many Faces of Noma Bar and Negative Space have become a must  have for the design industry. He has exhibited worldwide, including…

Israeli-born Noma Bar studied graphic design and typography at the Jerusalem Academy of Art& Design before moving to London in 2001. Describing his craft as visual communication, combining the skills of artist, illustrator and designer, Noma states he’s “after the maximum communication with minimum elements”. His two stunning and highly acclaimed books, The Many Faces of Noma Bar and Negative Space have become a must have for the design industry. He has exhibited worldwide, including…

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

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.

This is a great example of figure ground relationship. The shape is perceived as a figure, and the eye separates the object from the background that surrounds it.

This is a great example of figure ground relationship. The shape is perceived as a figure, and the eye separates the object from the background that surrounds it.

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