Noma Bar is an Israeli born illustrator. During the first Gulf War, Bar discovered his interest in a unique combination of caricature and pictograms. While staying with his family in a shelter he sketched the likeness of Saddam Hussein around the radioactive symbol he found in a newspaper.
Illustrator Noma Bar’s work is so simple, yet so clever you can’t fail to be impressed. One half of Bar’s work provides stark political or social commentary within simple graphic forms, whilst the other half manipulates everyday icons to create funny images that make you look once, twice, three times.
Her exhibition runs from April 1 – 30th, 2010.
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