The Girls I Draw Mural

Fifty foot long mural constructed solely out of duct tape. Completed as part of BFA thesis project at the Stamps School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan. Awarded as one of top Integrative Projects in 2015 cohort. Photography by Meghal Janardan.

Tape
2015
Photograph of wall with mural. Mural consists of 10 women in undergarments in various poses. Women are all rendered in black lines made out of duct tape.
Detail of mural of 10 women in undergarments in various poses. Central women featured in photograph is clasping her bra.
Image of single woman in mural dancing in underwear.
Image of single woman in mural fixing hair.
Image of single woman in mural picking her nose.
Photograph of wall with mural. Mural consists of 10 women in undergarments in various poses. Women are all rendered in black lines made out of duct tape. People are posed in front of each figure in mural mimicking the pose.
Photograph of wall with mural. Photograph shows 4 women in undergarments in various poses. Women are all rendered in black lines. People are posed in front of each figure in mural mimicking the pose.
Photograph of wall with mural. Mural consists of 10 women in undergarments in various poses. Women are all rendered in black lines made out of duct tape. Single person poses to right side of mural.
Image of artist making duct tape mural at night. She is standing on chair cast in light from projected image onto wall.