Noma Bar at KK Outlet
Fans of Bar's work will recognise some of the imagery exhibited in the show – which runs until April 30 – from his most recently published book, Negative Space, published by Mark Batty Publisher last year – although, specially for this show, Bar has transformed flat illustrations into a variety of objects that include 3D wood cuts, installation pieces, screenprints and light boxes, all available to buy.
KK Outlet has very kindly sent us a selection of images (photography by Francis Ware) of some of the work in the show (which was hung yesterday) to preview here...
More Or Less
Night Train to London
Now You See Them Now You Don't
Bitter Sweet runs until 30 April at KK Outlet, 42 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6PB.
See more of Bar's work at dutchuncle.co.uk
Noma is a true talent, great to see his work go into the 3rd dimension. Next, the 4th?
The book 'Negative Space', is worth a peek also. Nice work. :)
Noma is great. Plus I do enjoy calling famous peeps by just there first name as if I know them personally.
A huge talent. This is the cleverest work I've seen for years. Loved the Negative Space work too.
Space. The final frontier! Great exploratory creative work! ;)
Noma is the king of negative space - such clever and perfectly executed work - i have collated and posted a selection of his work on ember. you can check it out here http://emberapp.com/karstenrowe/collections/noma-bar-showcase/
I went to this and had a few words with Noma, it is a really great show, I love his work so much and he's such a nice guy. Really cool :)
amazing work - as always with Noma Bar,
You can also find Noma Bar prints at
The Laurel & Hardy / Chaplin are fantastic!
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