Believe it or not, these phenomenal works of art are made out of translucent brown packing tape. By layering the tape on top of a sheets of Plexiglas, Mark Khaisman was able to craft these creations that look a lot like sepia-toned negatives.
Some portraits are more retro, and look as if they were inspired by images of people during the Second World War, while others are clearly modern photos of young girls posing for silly self-taken group portraits.
Khaisman was born in the Ukraine in 1958, studied Art and Architecture at the Moscow Architectural Institute and now lives and works in Philadelphia.
Packing Tape Portraits
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