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Aakash Nihalani Shows What It’s Like to Accept an Online Friend Request

Aakash Nihalani skewers his subjects in his new body of work entitled ‘Landline’

New Geometric Tape Art from Aakash Nihalani

New Geometric Tape Art from Aakash Nihalani

New Geometric Tape Art from Aakash Nihalani tape street art geometric

Clark Goolsby's Mixed Media | Trendland: Fashion Blog & Trend Magazine

Clark Goolsby’s Mixed Media Work

Critical Error II by Clark Goolsby Mixed media on linen over panel 24 x 18 inches

isometric rectangles and squares,  graphics made out of tape around different cities to highlight the unexpected contours and elegant geometry of the cities themselves

“Turn” by Aakash Nihalani Lisa de Kooning Artist in Residence

India | A kutchi woman posing with her water filled pots at the village well | ©Nevil Zaveri

*A kutchi woman posing with her water filled pots at the village well for which sometimes they have to walk miles and miles

The Empire State Building Printed with Bicycle Tires

The Cyclist’s Empire: A New Print of the Empire State Building Made from Bicycle Tracks - Colossal

Florescent Geometric Illusions Skewering People in Brooklyn - The last time we featured the work of artist Aakash Nihalani, he was using florescent tape to create impossible geometric illusions all over the urban landscape. Now he’s using that same tape to skewer the hip people of Brooklyn with angular geometric forms. Window-like holes provide easy passage through the chest and stomach of each of his subjects… | by Benjamin Starr June 24. 2014

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.

Love the font! Poster/Annual Report for Children's National, Washington DC by Levine DC

Poster/Annual Report for Children’s National, Washington DC by Levine DC

Poster als inleg met samenvatting? poster/Annual Report for Children's National, Washington DC by Levine DC

Kate Spade opened up an inviting igloo for three weeks in New York City's Bryant Park. It handed out free hot chocolate to keep shoppers warm.

MARKETING MONDAYS: 18 Amazing Pop-Up Stores That Stopped Shoppers In Their Tracks

Creative pop up stores. Kate Spade opened up an inviting igloo for three weeks in New York City's Bryant Park. It handed out free hot chocolate to keep shoppers warm.

Lucas Levitan - creator of the Photo Invasion project

Lucas Levitan - creator of the Photo Invasion project

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