Who Let the Tapes Out?

For better or worse, We are all weird, and we will all, at some point in our lives. I’m sure we’ve all wrapped scotch tape around our fingers, hands, or faces in our childhood, and if you haven’t done it before, the thought has definitely crossed your mind.

Who Let the Tapes Out?

Christmas is finally here, and many of you are engaged in packing perfect holiday presents. If you think you are having trouble wrapping Christmas giftes with scotch tape, look at this post. A New Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman has created portraits of his friends using Scotch tape around their faces.

About one year ago, Wes Naman was wrapping Christmas gifts with his assistant and started doing weird things around with the scotch tape. The photographer immediately had an idea that after a year transformed into an portrait series art collection aptly titled “Scotch Tape”, where his friends put the tape around their faces to create terrifying and just absolutely hilarious expressions.

Although it looks amazing, Trying this yourself, especially if you haven’t done it before, can be surprisingly painful and challenging. So be careful, as getting out tapes from your hair and eyebrows is much more difficult and frightening than it sounds.

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instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

instantShift - Scotch Tape Portrait

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