Tape, printed or gaffer tape, double-sided or packing tape – I don`t care as long as it produces such great art. And Tape is a great medium to create linear shapes. So, here are 20 fantastic examples of Tape Art.
Urban Tape Art from 2015. We all know this furry guy...
Jay Walker is a Philadelphia-based multi-disciplinary artist creating tape installations, mixed media painting, and carved sculptures.
© Jay Walker
Geometric shapes on walls and fences. This artist draws, line by line, fascinating labyrinths.
© Gustavo Fuentes
Ostap Art is a Artists Collective from Berlin. Take a look at the façade and interior design.
A huge piece of work in the art village of the Berlin Festival. A colorful tape art creature.
© LaMia & ROB & hi#claas
A surfer hand signal is riding a breaking wave. Tape over is an international tape art crew based in Berlin.
© Tape over
Esther Stocker is an Italian painter and installation artist. Her works are stunning geometric environments.
© Esther Stocker
The site-specific architectural installations are assembled from thousands of strands of flagging tape.
© Megan Geckler
Grzymala is a Polish-born artist who’s lived in Germany. Her installations are a kind of three-dimensional drawing, and her signature material is tape.
© Monika Grzymala
The Berlin artist Martin Müller creates his works of art from transparent tape.
© Martin Müller
Known for his geometric style, characterized by the total absence of curves and roundness, he realizes his artworks exclusively with adhesive tape.
© No Curves
Vinyl Tape applied to the floor. A beautiful, striking floor pattern by Jim Lambie.
© Jim Lambie
Berlin-based Tape Crew combine Tape Art with projection mapping.
© Tape Over Crew
Berta Sola is a Spanish tape artist based in Berlin and Valencia. Her minimal Tape art style is influenced by her background in architecture.
© Berta Sola
Another example of Ostap. Street art out of duct tape.
The matching contrast to the organic impala antelopes forms the water, made of a geometric pattern.
Aakash Nihalani creates geometric art from lines. Look at his great gallery.
© Aakash Nihalani
The Australian artist Buff Diss has created a unique brand of art, eschewing the use of paint to work solely through the medium of tape.
© Buff Diss
The Adobe Remix Project with a great example of a tape art installation.
For his work, Jörg Mandernach uses both his own materials as well as pictures that come from an international context.
© Jörg Mandernach
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