15.12.10 by Jeff

Rebecca Ward

Tape art by Rebecca Ward. Brooklyn, New York.

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward

tape art installations artist rebecca ward













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



  • Mina

    WOW amazingg !

  • This is some extreme taping! I’ve never seen tape used in this way but it makes so much sense. Everything I’ve every seen with tape has been flat, I love how it’s been sculpted into 3D forms. The different techniques and ideas are ingenious! Second from the bottom is my favourite, I love the colour palette. I love the perfectionism with it too, it’s all been very well put together.

  • from the headline I was expecting something along the lines of Mark Jenkin’s tape babies/people. Glad it’s not what I expected; way cool.

  • Niko

    I love this website…

  • cool ☻

  • Anny

    MIND BENDING

  • Lea Kirch

    I really like Rebecca Ward and her installations, but their are other artists, which create really inspring tape art:

    Aakash Nihalani http://www.aakashnihalani.com/
    TAPE OVER http://tapeover.berlin/
    BUFF DISS http://buffdiss.com/
    Mark Khaisman http://www.khaismanstudio.com/





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