Eye-Catching Minimalist Street Art Made Using Masking Tape

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Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Buff Diss is a non-traditional street artist who specialises in creating work with tape. His love of traditional graffiti led him to see the city as canvas and paved the way for his unique style of art. He enjoys the tactile interaction with architecture, city streets and derelict buildings. His works explore the nature of line and how it can intersect space, generate volume and communicate figure.

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