Sasan Nasernia’s Calligraphic Visions in Tape

Artist Sasan Nasernia was born in Tehran and now lives in Vancouver. A long-time fan of Pro Gaff® (we even have prints of his work hanging in our headquarters!), he has also long been interested in developing his own form of calligraphy and a personal visual lexicon.

Learn more about his artistic practice below, which includes print making, painting, digital art, and of course: tape!

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Sinergia.Art Uses Pro® Artist Tape to Create Mind-Bending Optical Art

Murilo Cenovicz, known as Sinergia.Art on social media, makes mind-bending optical art using Pro® Artist Tape. Hailing from Brazil, this Portuguese-speaking ophthalmologist-turned-tape-artist tells us the meaning behind his name and what inspires his geometric art practice.

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See How “Ms. Figgie Paper” Creates Charming Envelopes with Pro Artist Tape

Elizabeth Figgie a.k.a. “Ms Figgie Paper” is a maker of chic, one-of-a-kind envelopes using recycled papers and Pro® Artist Tape (and a long-time follower of Pro Tapes®)! Today we’ll find out what inspires her to create her fine paper crafts and how she learned about Pro® Artist Tape.

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Artist Paula Reynaldi Creates Intricate Natural Sculptures with Pro® 796 pH Neutral Masking Tape

Artist Paula Reynaldi Creates Intricate Natural Sculptures with Pro® 796 pH Neutral Masking Tape

Paula creates beautiful, delicate sculptures that blend right in with the natural world. Their intricate shapes evoke honeycombs, fungi, ocean waves, tree rings and other Fibonacci-esque natural patterns.

You might never guess these sculptures were made of tape unless we told you – but they are! Indeed, Paula uses our Pro® 796 pH Neutral Masking Tape to create her delicate (but weather resistant!) works.

This tape sculpture by Paula Reynaldi was made with Pro® 796. The sculpture evokes the structure of honeycomb or fungi, and it resists weather conditions as well.
This tape sculpture by Paula Reynaldi was made with Pro® 796. The sculpture evokes the structure of honeycomb or fungi, and it resists weather conditions as well.

Today we asked her a few questions about her tape sculpture practice.

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