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Arts and Crafts

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Masking Tape Art

Tape might not be the first thing to cross your mind when you plan on taking up arts and crafts. You may take it into consideration for future projects though after having seen some of the creations which have been made from this material.

Masking tape comes in a wide array of colors, patterns, and widths. I do find the name rather misleading when it pertains to arts and crafts, since it is used to create things instead of masking them.

You may wonder what on earth you could fabricate with it. I will repeat the advice I have given you so many times before; use your imagination.

Think outside the box, or break the circle as the case may be. One Japanese artist has already gone before you and is fast gaining fame with her recreations of famous works of art by using nothing but masking tape.

Her name is Nasa Funahara who is a student in the Department of Oil Painting at Musashino Art University in Japan.

Many roles of tape have gone through her hands to successfully reproduce famous artworks from not only Leonardo da Vinci, but Rembrandt, Edvard Munch, and many others as well.

More will follow soon. Stick around!

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