Facebook commissioned Aakash Nihalani to create geometric paper tape installations in their New York City office. We previously posted on Aakash Nihalani in Geometric Self Portraits by Aakash Nihalani. Thanks to Aakash Nihalani for the tip!
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“Sum Times” (part 1 and 2) is a series of humorous street art installations by Aakash Nihalani that turn building facades into simple math equations. We’ve written about Nihalani’s wonderful tape art installations a couple of times in the past. photos via Aakash Nihalani
In his whimsical photo series “Landline”, artist Aakash Nihalani impales people with his signature geometric shapes through a clever combination of wall art and T-shirt appliqués. For more of Nihalani’s geometric art, see his Tumblr blog and our previous coverage. photos via Aakash Nihalani via Colossal
Artist Aakash Nihalani (previously) has created a series of video projections that allow onlookers to interact with his signature geometric art. The interactivity is powered by a motion sensor and motion software. GIFs by Aakash Nihalani via My Modern Metropolis
“Through”, “Stack” and “Domino”, a new series of geometric self portraits by Brooklyn based artist Aakash Nihalani. via Unurth
The other night I spotted this cool 3D geometric street art by Aakash Nihalani on the side of rag & bone in SoHo. photo by Scott Beale