Japanese designer Kouichi Okamoto of Kyouei Design has created the best thing to happen to tape since refillable dispensers. As we've seen recently, masking tape can make for interesting and beautiful art. Combining his design skills and his love for dripping liquids, Okamoto created this tape cutter that slices tape to resemble dripping fluids when arranged together on a surface. This is an awesome alternative for someone who doesn't have aerosol skills or someone who wants something less permanent but equally cool.

Check out this video of the cutter at work:

liquid tape cutter work from kyouei design on Vimeo.

[via DesignBoom]

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