Mad Skills Monday 032: Noa Snir

Welcome to Mad Skills Monday, where we showcase top work from young creatives to bring some creative inspiration to kick off your new week. Today we feature the bold acrylic paint illustrations by Noa Snir.

Power tool: Acrylic paint
Power song: M.O.P. – Ante Up Remix ft. Busta Rhymes, Teflon, Remy Martin
Power snack: Peanut M&M’s

Noa Snir is an Israeli illustrator currently based in Berlin. Since graduating two years ago her work has already been seen in numerous magazines including Anorak, The Skinny, Wrap, Bitch and Granta. Noa’s style comes in the form of vibrant paintings appealing to both adult and child audiences, through a mix of harmonious urban scenes and surreal fairytale imagery.


Arabian Nights


The big zoo runaway day-trip, for Anorak Magazine


Contribution to Berlin’s The Circle Show


I Heart Tel Aviv


Dorrett’s Dream – A contribution to Roger Omar’s project asking illustrators to draw children’s dreams


Kreuzberg 36 for Wrap Magazine


The Unmappable Woman – featured in Bitch Magazine for an Erin Gilbert article about the life and writings of Isabelle Eberhardt.


The Tears of Tiberius


Benny and the Birds

Noa studied at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem and is always on the lookout for more collaborations. You can see more of her work at her website, Behance, Facebook, Tumblr and Flickr, and you can buy some her prints at Society6.

Want us to show off your mad skills? We’re always looking for young creatives, students and graduates to showcase for our Monday feature, so send us an email with some samples or a portfolio link with the subject line “Mad Skills Monday” to and we’ll check you out!

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