Unique Negative Space Artwork by Tang Yau Hoong That'll Coax You to Think

April 27, 2018 lilit 0 Comments


Using the negative space to communicate is not everyone's cup of tea, but this Malaysian illustrator Tang Yau Hoong, is doing some amazing work, with his imagination running wild. Such deep art is rare and this work is surely unique. While we are entitled to see what is explicitly shown to us, Tang, here, wants us to see beyond what is generally shown, to discover the less-divulged. 

Simple at first sight, his work gradually unravels layers of depth and thoughts in each piece of work. An amalgamation of hues, emotions and contemporary society, the illustrations are nothing less than thought-provoking. Have a look!

Om Nom Nom, 'I'm Lovin' It!' Binging and bulging!



The struggle of addiction. An uphill task. 


Just look at this for 5 seconds without a blink and discover the depth.



Social media is only the tip of the iceberg, there's immense that is hidden beneath the water.


The sexiest pen, hopefully not sexist!


Dream Big - Dream big and dare to fail. -Norman Vaughan



The idea of a healthy co-existence, in the hues of dreams, eh?


Trying to tap a healthy diet, the eco-friendly way.


Look closely to spot the songbird. 



Swinging in the realms of dreams. 


Watering your own house, that is where your heart is. Self-nurturing. 


Always an entertaining fight. But the eventual win is of the brain. 



Gradually, the sunshine is being turned into a fuel. #Renewable sources of energy.


To have a vision of the future and the guts to follow it. 



Tearing apart or rather unzipping the night sky to unleash the luminous urban skies. 


Now that was some utterly creative artwork stimulating attention. 






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