These striking tape street art masterpieces by Australian artist BUFF DISS encourage creativity without participating in an act of vandalism. The artist's non-permanent works adorn city streets, abandoned architecture walls and even moving trains thanks to their flexible and removable tape materiality.
Whether showcased in reputable art gallery spaces or on busy city streets, these tape art masterpieces by BUFF DISS add life to a city without permanently tagging walls.
Instead of hard-to-remove paint, the artist's non-damaging art works makes use of duct and masking tape materials, transforming them from practical adhesive to creative medium. From historical figures depictions to abstracted subject matter, these contemporary and temporary masterpieces redefine common ideals that are associated with the traditional art of graffiti-tagged wall murals.
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