Israeli illustrator Ori Toor creates trippy, densely packed artworks that abound with graphic shapes, bright colors, and pop culture references. Nowhere is this more apparent than in his personal “Gibberish” series—abstract covers for imaginary magazines (sans title or cover lines) that double as their own mini worlds. Ori has applied his high-octane aesthetic to works for clients like Adobe, Apple, Samsung, Cartoon Network, Bloomberg, Wired, and Nike. We, however, were charmed by “Loopism,” his dark and trippy animations of abstract figures in motion.
“I don’t want to make a character that is pretty specific, I want them to be abstract things.”