Many would say that the whole point of digital and graphic design is to help bring out the purpose or content of what it contains. But what can design offer if the purpose of an interface isn’t clear – or if the content is nonsense.

These are ideas explored by new works by Ori Toor: filed as Gibberish Print Design and Imaginary Print, Interfaces, And In-Between. The Israeli artist works in an entirely improvised fashion in Photoshop – working without roughs, sketches and references. Despite such restrictions, his works have a balanced composition that are packed with interesting detail but allow you to explore them leisurely pace to discover them all without feeling overwhelmed.

I caught up with Ori to discover what inspires him and his work.

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