We love this playful photo of a tape installation created by New York-based artist Aakash Nihalani at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, New York. The artist has turned an unassuming grey space.

Este artista ensambla gente con ilusiones ópticas de color neón

Este artista ensambla gente con ilusiones ópticas de color neón

In his series Landline, New York-based artist Aakash Nihalani cleverly pierces human torsos throughout Brooklyn with three-dimensional isometric rectangles and squares made out of neon tape.


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The RedBall Project

Kurt Perschke’s The Red Ball Project is reshaping cities. Made of flexible vinyl, his big red ball transforms spaces into pieces of art.


street art Street Art / Graffiti Hallucinatory Street Art - The Optical Illusion Graffiti of Mimmo Rubino Plays Tricks on the Eyes (GALLERY).

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Based out of Athens, Greece, artist and designer Greg Papagrigoriou has a love for lettering. Taking his typography talents to the streets, Greg's artwork is a refreshing change to the more typical lettering seen in the streets.

Mentalgassi auf dem "GETXO Photo"-Festival in Spanien

Artist Mentalgassi brings the streets to life with human images on city buildings and objects. If anyone ever thought the streets were cold, maybe his art will warm it up with it’s personal human touch. MORE STREET ART & GRAFFITI HERE [via]

Captian Kev in a tank aboard rival ship of captian Bones. Infamous escape almost under constant watch

Mermaid Allure Photo by Ninjagimli. Taken at the Michigan Renaissance Festival. Mermaid belongs to Merbella Studios Inc.

Akashn 8 — Designspiration

New York-based artist Aakash Nihalani is taking tape to the next level and beyond. He creates geometric, site-specific works of art using tape on walls, sidewalks, and every surface in between.


Spontaneous sculptures by Brad Downey. He is a visual artist adorning public streets with his sculptural installations. I like the spontaneous and funny side of his art.