12 people and ten days: That's how long the artist collective Numen / For Use says it took to create a cellophane jungle gym inside this gallery in Paris, where visitors can crawl inside their milky, transparent network like spiders on a web. How much tape did they use? Almost 30 miles.
Johan Rijpma created this quirky short showing his dancing tape sculpture. At first it's strangely musical. Almost hypnotic. By the end, with all the colors and tones, I was a little unnerved by how trippy it got. [This Is Colossal]
If you've ever worked in a cubicle surrounded by frosted glass partitions, you may've seen this trick before—but for those of you who haven't, come in and let us surprise you with this magic trick.
Whether it's holding together your glasses, the TV remote or your grandmother's birthday present, Scotch tape has been one of the constants in our lives since before we can remember. Today, lift your beer for its 80th birthday.
More than 50 years ago, Russian scientists discovered that simple Scotch tape emits x-rays when peeled off glass. New research conducted by colleagues at UCLA has determined that the power that the tape generates is much higher than anyone could have imagined. In fact, they have constructed a machine that generates…
This new design looks to replace all that messing around with pins and Scotch tape that happens when you try to stick stuff up on your walls or bulletin board. Modern Hang-ups is a simply an adhesive-backed strip of steel that comes with powerful magnetic "tacks." You just unroll however much you want, cut it, stick…