HARU stuck-on design was used to create optical illusions using the clever application on curved plastic boards. It is also suited to stick seamlessly from floor to wall to achieve a three-dimensional effect.
Through the layering of tapes and color play, the artist achieved a three-dimensional font art. HARU stuck-on design; tapes comes in color families suited for shadow effects in a variety of ways.
HARU stuck-on design; is available in many materials, one of which is Washi paper. This allows you to tear strips easily to achieve more organic shapes in your artwork.
Alternating layers of HARU stuck-on design; tapes were used to create a three-dimensional mountainscape. With color play, greater depth of shadows was used to create an art piece that draws your attention to it.
Using a laser cutter, HARU stuck-on design; tapes can be accurately cut to various shapes, down to extremely small sizes like small islands depicted on world maps.
The washi paper material was used for this installation on external pillars of NAFA. Using a cloth to press down the tape allowed the tape to stay stuck on the slightly bumpy pillar, even when exposed to sun and rain over the course of a month.
PET material was used for this installation using HARU stuck-on design; which made it suitable for longer term floor use. The plastic surface makes it more durable against sun and rain, and makes it friendlier for cleaning and maintenance.
A mural artpiece by students, created off color symbolism and their imagination. Classes were tasked to reflect on their school journey to graduation, and depict their greatest take-aways through colors and shapes. The end result was a cohesive mural piece consisting of several classes' individual artwork.
The material of HARU stuck-on design; tapes used here was washi paper. Suitable for a variety of surfaces for application and removal, washi is a popular choice out of our three available material types.