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Headless no.2 by tehAne5ta Headless no.2 by tehAne5ta
...four layers, handcut vinyl self-adhesive foils as always...
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venturamech0 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013  Student Artist
Some kinda abstract to me. ^^
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EVO-artwork Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013  Student General Artist
what sticker paper do you use? are they weather proof?

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tehAne5ta Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2013
...hi, I use vinyl self adhesive foils and I buy them in stationer's shop...they are selling them here as foils for wallpapering, other types look like wood or stone etc...and they are weather proof, but their biggest enemy are dumb humans who always try to tear them off of the streets, so that is why I take pictures from my home and not from the streets...when I slap them I always cut them to smaller pieces, because some people want to take them home and slap them on their white boring refrigerator...when they are cut, they usually tear off one small piece from the side, sometimes they give up, sometimes they are upset so they start to tear off other parts...so the weather is not their enemy, I have few stickers on higher places and they are here for 8 - 10 years and they did not loose color or the glue...

...I guess that this is it, only for printing, so it is thinner than my vinyl foils - holacolor.en.made-in-china.com… ...I hope that I answered Your question equally...
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EVO-artwork Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2013  Student General Artist
ha thank you yes you answered exactly wanted to know. :) i'm currently just using avery sticker paper but i wanted something a little bit better, so im just dong some research here and there about different types of sticker paper i could use. so thank you very much i appreciate it very much :) i love your work btw its very inspiring :)
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