The Black Tape Project is a scintillating visual extravaganza that has captivated audiences around the globe. Prepare to be mesmerized as the barriers of creative fashion are pushed to their limits. The Black Tape Project is an exclusive fashion experiment which attempts to creatively display the sensual nature of the human form as it vacillates between the realms of innovation and seduction.
The final product is an art form that fans & critics have credited as “electrifying” and “truly unique”. Miami artist, Joel Alvarez, is the originator of The Black Tape Project. Embodying the character of Miami’s nightlife culture, The Black Tape Project incorporates one of the most common household items, coalesced with Joel’s artistic flare and the natural beauty of the human body.
A major milestone was when the Black Tape Project found its way to the cover of FHM magazine creating a design for celebrity model, Vida Guerra, shot by Michael Vincent in Los Angeles in 2011. Since then, The Black Tape Project has contributed to collaborations with Michael Bay, Rick Ross, Omarion, Carl Cox, Steve Aoki and numerous private events at well-known Miami clubs. Since its inception, The Black Tape project has traveled far beyond South Beach reaching cities such as Las Vegas, New York City, the Caribbean and several countries in Europe.
The Black Tape Project is understood as an exclusive product. Now moving into its fourth year of existence, The Black Tape Project has matured from an experimental concept to revolutionary artistic movement (..sick). Beyond providing a Black Tape designer, services include: models, creative hair and makeup, photography, videography, talent management and staffing.
Please look through our website and portfolio. We are proud of the multitude of successful partnerships The Black Tape Project has formed with entertainment venues across the world. We are an exclusive entertainment experience that cannot be duplicated.