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.
Geometric shapes on walls and fences. This artist draws, line by line, fascinating labyrinths.
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.
A surfer hand signal is riding a breaking wave. Tape over is an international tape art crew based in Berlin.
Esther Stocker is an Italian painter and installation artist. Her works are stunning geometric environments.
The site-specific architectural installations are assembled from thousands of strands of flagging tape.
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.
The Berlin artist Martin Müller creates his works of art from transparent tape.
Known for his geometric style, characterized by the total absence of curves and roundness, he realizes his artworks exclusively with adhesive tape.
Vinyl Tape applied to the floor. A beautiful, striking floor pattern by Jim Lambie.
Berlin-based Tape Crew combine Tape Art with projection mapping.
Berta Sola is a Spanish tape artist based in Berlin and Valencia. Her minimal Tape art style is influenced by her background in architecture.
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.
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.
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.