Yotam Hadar has a really unusual portfolio with some really interesting print work. I almost didn’t know what to make of it at first but the more I looked the more I liked. He is really talented and just takes a very different approach the each project. It appears he really looks to see the forest through the trees and takes in the whole project from a gestaltist perspective addressing all the parts in the process.
Here is a little more on his background from his website:
“Yotam Hadar. Born 1980. Graduate of the Bezalel Academy, majoring in graphic design & typography. Recipient of the Keren Sharet double scholarship prizes (’05–’07) by the America-Israel Foundation.Worked full time with Danny Goldberg Design (’06), Open TBE (’07), and Maariv|nrg (’08). Collaborated with clients, studios and agencies on design projects of various media and scale, from concept to production, including books, catalogues, magazines and other printed matter, branding and Identity systems, websites and interaction design, illustration etc.
Selected clients include Project Projects (nyc), ICQ, The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Brio Interaction Design, Co-Op, KN Studio, Zarmon Goldman DDB, Danny Goldberg Design, Open TBE among others.”