You Can Climb Through This Web Made From 27 Miles of Tape

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. » 11/25/14 11:30am Yesterday 11:30am

Striped Electrical Tape Makes It Easy To Find the Starting Edge

How many laps of a roll of tape do you usually need to find the starting edge with your fingernail? Three? Four? You won't even need fingernails with with this clever roll of electrical tape that features a wavy double-stripe pattern making the starting edge impossible to miss—all you need to do is spot the break in… » 9/02/14 8:46am 9/02/14 8:46am

A Notchless Dispenser That Cuts Tape With a Perfectly Straight Edge

There's probably very few of us who've put much thought into what kind of tape we use to wrap a gift—after all, choosing the paper is hard enough. But there's a small subset of the population who couldn't possibly consider giving a gift that wasn't flawlessly wrapped. And it's those folks who will be ecstatic to… » 12/04/13 5:00pm 12/04/13 5:00pm

A Two-Pound Cast Iron Tape Dispenser Guarantees One-Handed Operation

Any task requiring the use of clear tape would be a lot easier if you could snatch a strip of the sticky stuff with just one hand. And while there have been many complicated contraptions that promise exactly that functionality, Black+Blum have found a simpler approach that takes advantage of that perpetual force known… » 6/14/13 12:56pm 6/14/13 12:56pm

NASA Needs This Fantastic Spationery in Its Gift Shop

Since it's totally pre-occupied with its latest rover roaming the surface of Mars, we figured we'd give NASA a hand, specifically when it comes to restocking its gift shop. Unfortunately, South Korean designer Jeongmi Lee's lovely space-themed Spacionery office accessories don't exist yet. But NASA put a man on the… » 9/14/12 12:20pm 9/14/12 12:20pm