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Artist Max Zorn Uses Packing Tape for His Art Pieces

Art never fails to impress me. The fact that every artist has his or her own preferred style, technique, media, and canvas makes art so fantastically varied, and that's the beauty of it. These thoughts came to mind while viewing Dutch artist Max Zorn's outstanding masterpieces, but when I discovered how he'd created them, I was blown away all the more. By using strips of packing tape overlapping each other on acrylic glass, he forms beautiful images of people, cities, rivers, and several other urban-inspired objects. When you consider the expertise behind this technique, it's difficult to deny that these pieces are truly worthy of appreciation.

Watch the bonus video at the end of the collection of some of his work, to see his technique in action!

 

 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape

 

This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
This Artists' Medium isn't Paint or Pencils, It's Packing Tape
 
Watch the making-of video of one of his art works.
 

 

 
See more of Max Zorn's work on his website | Facebook | Instagram

 

H/T: viralforest.com

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