As an artistic device, negative space refers to an artists rendering of a subject by relying on the space that surrounds the subject to provide shape and meaning. Of course, the term also refers to any topic that conjures feelings of unease and discomfort. Furthering the partnership begun with the publication of Guess Who? internationally acclaimed illustrator Noma Bar has compiled his newest collection of work, Negative Space. Including works commissioned by The New York Times, Esquire UK, The Guardian and Time Out London, as well as never-before seen illustrations, in Negative Space Bar plays with this pun, focusing on subject matter ranging from sex, global warming and nuclear warfare to religion, crime and corporate greed. The context for the creation of the illustrations, whether by assignment or sheer inspiration, will be established with insight from Bar, as well as the editors and art directors he works with regularly, providing insight into Bars process. With Negative Space, Noma Bar solidifies his reputation as an artist able to convert complex topics into clean, provocative and revealing lines that viewers take in with ease, though they are not easily forgotten.