Street Art With Masking Tape By Buff Diss: Melbourne based artist Buff Diss uses masking tape to create this awesome street art.
Tape Installations by Rebecca Ward: These installations are site-specific works that are dependent upon the space they occupy. Utilizing the existing lines, and angles, each piece created is informed by the individual site and its unique linear placement. These installations are inherently architectural. And here is the rest of the interesting work - gallery.
(Image credit: behance).
Tape Sculptures by Mark Jenkins: These street installations are created using box sealing tape by American artist Mark Jenkins. Most widely known for the street installations, his work has been featured in various publications.
(Image credit: simonswork).
Packing Tape Art: This is the artworkof Mark Khaisman, artist based in Philadelphia who creates artwork from brown packing tape. 'I work on the light easel, applying translucent brown packing tape on clear Plexiglas panels, the layers built up to create degrees of opacity.'
1700 Squirrels: This is a drawing of 1700 squirrels created by one person working from 8am to 10pm for fourteen days in a row. It was done using ¼ inch flatback tape and he tried to draw each of these squirrels in their own unique poses.
Wall Art Made With Electrical Tape: 'Woody Allen black electrical tape portrait'.
Duct Tape Art: Artist Joe Girandola created these amazing duct tape art by keeping minute details in mind. Though Joe is classically trained as a stone carver in Italy, but he has veered away from the media, concentrating on three-dimensional drawings and paintings using a variety of materials. And one of his medium of choice is Duct Tape. His drawings using various colors of tape reflects ingenuity and creativity.
Catch The Sun.
Paintings On Leaves.
Working Without Proper Tools.
Runways From All Over The World.
Feb 22, 2010
A collection of impressive works of art created using duct, electrical, packing and masking tape.