Photographer Hasisi Park has captured how to be inventive with duct tape on her living room wall
This eye-popping floor design made from vinyl tape by Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie. The floor is in the Gramercy apartment that is the home of Tim Nye of the Nyehaus Gallery.Who needs to worry about a wardrobe? Found on I Love Sticky Tape. New York artist, Aakash Nihalani, adds new dimensions and depths to urban landscapes with the humble vinyl tape.
Hasasi Park has used duct tape to write a favourite quote on her bedroom wall
The only thing that limits you with duct tape is your imagination. I really like the idea of mixing cutouts with tape. This example is a collaboration by Poster Boy & Aakash Nihalani. Duct tape sticks on everything - Sonny O was inspired by Aakash Nihalani inside his own home.
It's a cheap way to add impact to your room. Aakash Nihalani installation at Frost Street Space in NYC.
Bertjan Pot's Duct-taped Carpets, 2009Instead of hiding tape behind a picture tack it on the outside corners like Yerin Mok's picture in her Los Angeles bedroom. Clay Williams photo shows you don't have to use it on solid backgrounds.
Brooklyn, New York by Aakash Nihalan
Here is a stylists trade secret! Every professional stylist will always have in their kit a roll of duct tape. This humble vinyl tape is as important to a stylist as yeast is to a baker. It's used for just about everything you can think of. From holding up wallpaper to helping bedlinen looking wrinkle free to removing fluff off fabric.
Over the years duct tape has been kept out of our view. However, I have noticed lately how this sticky tape is being used to enhance our interiors by adding colour and shapes to walls and floors.