Self-portraits by tape artist Aakash Nihalani.
Haha. Love the raining bricks one.
Excellent. Je serais bien incapable de faire des autoportraits. Très bonne idée de se représenter avec & au travers de son travail !
J’aime l’art urbain quand il est inventif comme ça.
The third one totally messed me up.
Holy Cow! I did the same thing!! I love his work!
his website is awesome, especially the interactive section
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Usually, I don’t like things like this. They seem too self-indulgent. However, in Nihalani’s case, there seems to be a real conceptual element with significant self-control that makes them a step above. Not sure where the marketability is, however; how many people need to own clever “” photographs (which these certainly are).
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