03.12.09 by Jeff

Aakash Nihalani

Tape art in public spaces by Aakash Nihalani.

aakash nihalani tape artist art public

aakash nihalani tape artist art public

aakash nihalani tape artist art public

aakash nihalani tape artist art public

aakash nihalani tape artist art public

Thanks to Monica who mentioned Nihalani’s artwork, here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Love this!

  • I love it! That sense of 3d which is great shape ..

  • This is awesome stuff.

  • David

    love it to but booooooom already post this a while ago

    • ^this comment is so confusing haha

      • David

        confusing? haha why you know I’m right

      • this is Booooooom, and this is the first time i’ve posted about Nihalani.

  • David

    @JEFFHAMADA hmm ok your right my bad,I saw it on a other site i think haha

  • Kevin Carmichael

    very creative i love it

  • sr

    really cool! great work.

  • wow! thanks for reading your comments and doing your research im glad you posted about him! he is a wonderful artist!

    • thank YOU monica – for adding to the community and contributing information about artists! i really appreciate stuff like that :)

  • Aakash is the man! Glad to see you guys recognizing him for his rad work. Here’s a video of him installing work all over NYC:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHGbJ_SbTcQ

  • RADICAL!!!!!!!!!

  • wahou! love it! really cool work! i wish we could see some of those in Paris!

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