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The New York City-based Sarada Ravindra is the prime example of someone with a multi-hyphenated career: artist-poet-attorney. Sounds exhausting, right? Amazingly enough, Ravindra has time to create these colorful 80s-inspired paintings that are full of texture and dimension.
New York-based artist Aakash Nihalani is taking tape to the next level and beyond. He creates geometric, site-specific works of art using tape on walls, sidewalks, and every surface in between. The urban environment is his canvas and it appears that nothing is off limits from his three-dimensional looking works.
Aakash Nihalani is taking tape to the next level. #designeveryday
Line monoprints from artist Dana McClure. These archival prints are limited edition reproductions of her original silkscreened monoprints printed on archival paper, signed and numbered. The original print series used five films of various line weights and textures to explore unlimited variations in color, transparency, frequency and order.