Duck Tape art

    Duck Tape has had many lives. During WWII, it was used to make repairs and keep moisture from getting into ammunition. After 9-11, it became the symbol for keeping us safe from chemical attacks. Today Joe Girandola has found a different use. He’s put together a show of his Duck Tape art for the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts in Wilmington.

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