Noma Bar is an Israeli artist, whose works have already become a reference for aspiring illustrators and designers. Born into a family of artists and graduated as one in 2000, Mr. Bar has quickly developed a unique style – incorporating simple yet telling shapes into one another, to create strong messages that don’t really have a need for words. One of his largest commissions was for IBM, and he’s published two books, The many faces of Norma Bar and Negative spaces, that can be found in any proper design school library. Seems that bar is going only up.
Found these really cool examples of creative photography on a blog that required very less post processing and more of innovative use of space.
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” - Da vinci
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