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The Urban Landscape Transformed by Geometric Tape by Aakash Nihalani

Aakash Nihalani is a street artist that uses tape as his medium in tromp l'oeil outdoor installations. His work aims to have fun and be playful!

Aakash Nihalani has taken an ephemeral and more legal approach to street art by ditching the stencils, krink markers and wheat-paste for pop-coloured masking tape. Aakash produces unique 3D geometric shapes playing with illusions and the context of the location. I wonder how he would do at a fresh forensic scene.

Street art made from tape by Aakash Nihalani

New York-based tape artist Aakash Nihalani is on a tear around India, adding a few more amusing pieces to his portfolio. His fluorescent colored illusions,

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Fanette Guilloud - Géométrie de l’impossible - Figure anamorfiche su edifici fatiscenti

Fanette Guilloud (France) - Géométrie de l'impossible Géométrie de l'impossible (Geometry of the impossible) is the new series by French artist and photographer Fanette Guilloud, mixing anamorphosis.

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El Arte Callejero de Aakash Nihalani

Städtebau Institut Uni Stuttgart – Tape Art von DUMBO AND GERALD

Städtebau Institut Uni Stuttgart – Tape Art von DUMBO AND GERALD

Space invader: Pink Panther

Parisian street artist, Invader, created this pixelated Pink Panther during his latest wave of public installations. (Photo via Gustavo_.

Aakash Nihalani: Más allá de la perspectiva y la forma « Cultura Colectiva

A beautifully simple tool to create moodboards.

30 Intersting Smart Forms Of Street Art

Artist Aakash Nihalani uses brightly colored tape to create isometric rectangles and squares in locations around New York, and has recently started a series where he interacts with these geometric shapes

So simple

Rain Girl: September by Banksy in New Orleans. Exactly three years after Hurricane Katrina, Banksy showed up in New Orleans. He left his mark around the city, providing stenciled commentary on the post-Katrina days.

Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art: Amazon.co.uk: Carlo McCormick, Ethel Seno: Books

ZEVS, the French street artist whose street art and graffiti, distorts the logo of corporate brands