Negative space as a design device may look simple to the average person, but it’s actually quite complicated to effectively pull off. Few present-day artists know this better than illustrator/designer/artist Tang Yau Hoong. Malaysia-based Hoong has an awesome body of work (see previous post here), a good portion of which explores the interplay of positive…

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Continuing the theme of our fantastic experience at Create Upstate last week in Syracuse (previous post here), we’d like to introduce you to Curtis Canham of CSA Creative Studio. Canham is an art director/designer/educator based in the Albany area with an impressive and diverse portfolio, from sophisticated packaging to illustration-driven infographics to consumer-facing web design.…

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Israeli-born, London-based graphic designer Noma Bar has a very specific style. Use of negative space may look simple or straightforward to most, but as any designer will tell you, to employ it really effectively is no easy task. And negative space is the cornerstone of Bar’s style, which is really saying something. Perhaps one of…

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