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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.

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.

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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.

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