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!
Sybil Taunton is an artist from the UK who loves combining tape and acrylic paint to make unique paintings of people – all inspired by one tape art class she took! Learn more about her work and how she uses Pro Tapes® below.
Today Michael Bey talks to us about balloon art – or “twisting,” as professional twisters call it – and how UGlu® helps unlock his creativity and imagination when it comes to twisting up some inflatable art!
Philippe Halaburda is a French-born artist who currently lives in New York City. His unique style of abstracted, linear tape art on canvas in inspired by many intersecting dualities: feelings and memories, the intimate and the collective, the human and the non-human. Read on to learn more about his work!
Kuki Gomez, originally from Argentina, is making the streets of New York City POP with tape art murals in local eateries and bold fashion designs using Pro Gaff® tape. Read on to see what else this prolific tape artist (and Pro Tapes® fan) has accomplished!
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.
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.
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.
Today we asked her a few questions about her tape sculpture practice.