Negative Space by Tang Yau Hoong Indulges People's Imaginations

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 13, 2013 • References: tangyauhoong &
The Negative Space art series shows that with a little bit of imagination, a person could perceive whether they want. Whether that is a metropolis skyline amidst a forest of trees or a flock of birds perched on a single feather, the possibilities are endless, especially when it involves illustrations and graphic design, which the Negative Space series makes use of.

Created by Tang Yau Hoong, a self-taught visual artist and graphic designer born and based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the Negative Space series cheerfully confuse full and empty areas to show that there doesn't have to a boundaries around reality. Elaborating that it is about the art of negative space, Hoong encourages people to indulge their childlike sensibilities and lose themselves in his whimsical imagery. Stats for Whimsical Illusory Illustrations Trending: Older & Mild
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