Artist Ersinhan Ersin has found a use for the 1980s cassette we no longer need for our listening pleasure -- typography. The collection of 'Tapeography' creates text from tape string.
Ersinhan Ersin's tape design was also used create some artwork, including a skull design and one including a fedora. The tapeography is a fun collection and a fun new use for an otherwise outdated technology. Take a look at the fun texts above.
Implications - In times of financial crisis, consumers are looking for economically efficient interior decorating alternatives without sacrificing originality and quality. By recycling outdated products to create unique and customized designs, companies can appeal to financially aware consumers and artistically inclined individuals alike. The reuse of quality materials and products is financially responsible for both the business and buyer.
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