Bar in 2015
|Born||1973 (age 43-44)|
|Alma mater||Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design|
|Occupation||Graphic designer, illustrator and artist|
|Known for||Negative Space Posters|
|Notable work||"Saddam Hussein"|
Avinoam Noma Club (given birth to in 1973) can be an Israel-born graphic developer, illustrator and musician. His work shows up in newspapers, journals, book covers, advertisement promotions and in his very own books. Bar offers published more than 550 illustrations, which were found in The Guardian, THE BRAND NEW York Times, PERIODS London, The Observer, The Economist and Wallpaper*; illustrated reserve addresses for Don DeLillo and Haruki Murakami; made an appearance in ad promotions for Google, Sony and Nike; and been applied to over sixty mag covers. He provides released three books of his function: Figure Who?: THE COUNTLESS Encounters of Noma Club (2008), Harmful Space (2009), and Bittersweet (2017). Club won a Yellow Pencil prize on the D&Advertisement Professional Honours 2012 for his group of Don DeLillo reserve covers, made up of London design studio room It’s Great That. In 2014, he illustrated Chineasy: THE BRAND NEW Way to learn Chinese language by Shaolan Hsueh, a reserve about Hsueh’s visual-based approach to learning Chinese.
Publications by Bar
Think Who?: THE COUNTLESS Encounters of Noma Club. Brooklyn, NY: Tag Batty, 2008. ISBN 978-0977985074. With an launch by Steven Heller. Harmful Space. Brooklyn, NY: Tag Batty, 2009. ISBN 978-0981780559. Bittersweet (Limited Model). London: Thames & Hudson, 2017. ISBN 978-0500094006. 5 amounts. Model of 1000 copies. A retrospective.
Publication with contributions by Bar
Chineasy: THE BRAND NEW Way to learn Chinese language. London: Thames & Hudson, 2014. By Shaolan Hsueh. ISBN 978-0500650288.
Bitter/Nice, KK Wall plug, London, 2010. Pub "transformed smooth illustrations right into a variety of items including 3D wood slashes, installation items, screenprints and light containers." Cut It Out, Format Editions gallery, portion of London Style Festival, London, 2011. Slice the Discord, Rook & Raven Gallery, London, 2013. WATCH OUT, Noma Pub, L'Imprimerie gallery, Paris, 2014. Artwork and sculpture.
2010: Timber Pencil, D&Advertisement Professional Honours, Illustration: Book Style category for Bad Space. 2011: Nominated for images category of the look Museum's Styles of the entire year 2012, for his Cut It Out exhibition. 2012: Yellowish Pencil, D&Advertisement Professional Awards, Reserve Design: Book Entrance Addresses category for his Don DeLillo reserve covers.