graphic artist , designer and illustrator
Noma Bar is known for his ability to see things differently, and his use of negative space to create double-take images.
His bold use of colours, economy of shapes and iconography makes his style instantly recognisable.
Bar has published illustrations for magazines and books worldwide – clients include, Esquire, Wallpaper Magazine, Chineasy, The New York Times. Apple, Wired, IBM and Perond Ricard.
He has released two books, and has been twice nominated for Design Museum Designs of the Year Awards with the Chineasy project and Cut it Out. Bar has exhibited worldwide with solo shows in London, New York and Paris.