I was looking through pinterest and I came across a artist that uses negative space on his design which inspired me a lot. I felt that by using the negative space it creates a surreal atheistically pleasing piece of artwork.
Simplicity is also one of my main focuses to design the whole layout for my 4 pieces of designs for the movie quotes.
His name is Noma Bar, he is an Israel-born graphic designer, illustrator and artist. His work appears in newspapers, magazines, book covers, ad campaigns and in his own books.
This is one of his book titled “Negative Space” written by him, originally published back in 2009. I managed to find a video of the book which shows us the designs and the used of negative spaces.
This is by far one of the most interesting piece of work that I ever seen.
From Pinterest, I moved to youtube to search up more of his artwork. There were tons of video references about Noma Bar in youtube, his artwork then expanded from illustrations into animation which deliver the message even further through motions.
Another one of his recent work in 2017 for the Mercedes-Benz.
Dourone is the pseudonym of Spanish artist Fabio Lopez. He’s a self-confessed creative nomad who loves to travel between different European countries and the United States, but grew up in Madrid. As he travels, he loves to paint – it’s as simple as that.
A self-taught illustrator, Dourone’s career developed out of painting shop fronts and interiors in his home city. Some of his favourite works have been huge wall murals in Los Angeles and as he’s progressed he’s added computer skills to the mix and will do his best to work in whatever medium a client requests.
Main influences include MC Escher, Moebius, Giovanni Battista Piranesi and Philippe Mohiltz, and he’s inspired by all the places he’s been to and interesting people he’s met. He also enjoys a fine wine.