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Instead of a paint brush, Max Zorn uses a brown packing tape and layers it on glass to create his stunning visual artworks.  It all started with a simple idea to stick tape art on regular street lamps, but after millions of views on the internet, Zorn turned his little project into a global one. People would apply on his website and if the location looked interesting for the artist, he woud send out artworks to stick it there for free. Now the artist not only tapes his pieces onto street lamps, but showcases his work in art fairs and exbitions around the globe as well. “I’ve always been a big fan of using the context of a city as the backdrop for art,” Max says. “But I felt one aspect was underrepresented and that was street art that appears at night, when a city changes its face.”

Artist Max Zorn ‘Paints’ With Packing Tape

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Instead of a paint brush, Max Zorn uses a brown packing tape and layers it on glass to create his stunning visual artworks.  It all started with a simple idea to stick tape art on regular street lamps, but after millions of views on the internet, Zorn turned his little project into a global one. People would apply on his website and if the location looked interesting for the artist, he woud send out artworks to stick it there for free. Now the artist not only tapes his pieces onto street lamps, but showcases his work in art fairs and exbitions around the globe as well. “I’ve always been a big fan of using the context of a city as the backdrop for art,” Max says. “But I felt one aspect was underrepresented and that was street art that appears at night, when a city changes its face.”