As part of London Design Festival 2011, Israeli-born, London-based illustrator Noma Bar will be exhibiting some of his stunningly simple negative-space masterpieces at Outline Editions gallery in Soho.
Taking pride of place will be his brand new interactive installation, Cut It Out: a specially commissioned art-making machine that could be straight out of Heath Robinson's sketchbook. Visitors can feed paper, rubber and other materials into the mouth of a giant dog to produce their own cut-out Noma Bar images to take away, which will then be signed and number as part of a limited-edition series.
Cut It Out runs from 17th-30th September 2011 at Outline Editions, 94 Berwick Street, London. New work from Anthony Burrill, Kate Moross, Beyond the Valley and Klaus Haapaniemi will also be on display in a separate section of the gallery.
See more in issue 192 of Computer Arts magazine, on sale now, and check out our designer's guide to London for things to do in the city.