Benjamin Murphy New Tape Art Work
We caught up with East London based tape artist Benjamin Murphy yesterday afternoon as the artist begun working on a new series of line drawings using black electrical tape on the windows of The Albion cafe on Boundary Street in East London. Braving the cold London weather, the artist managed to complete the first in a series of planned works for the windows at The Albion. Check back with us soon for photos of some of the additional pieces the artist has planned for the other windows over the coming days.
We also suggest checking Murphy's website and the piece of artwork the artist has created for charity with 100% of the profits from it's sale going to the typhoon relief in the Phillippines. Please check the artwork on the artist's site here.
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