Tape me there!


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Using tape to create new spaces within used space seems to stretch the bounds of reality, by using such vivid color and stark contrasting forms. Created over and on organic surroundings and compared to dull indoor areas and concrete walk ways, these installations look like pure fun. Such a simple and effective idea, I'm feeling like I should invest in some tape.