Mark Jenkins sculpts with tape. The artist has “delivered” 44 transparent, life-size, clear-tape babies to 28 locations on the East Coast. He photographed the sculptures dangling from street signs, lounging in alleys, playing in trees, and he posted the evidence online for all to see. It appears that Jenkins—whose tape-sculpture adults have been seen hovering like ghosts, protesting on the mall in D.C. and flagrantly canoodling all over the capitol city—is simply trying to “propogate a species.” It takes a few minutes of navigation and picture loading to get oriented to the site and find this guy’s groove, but it’s way worth spending a little time clicking around for photos of things like fire hydrants and parking meters cast in tape and inserted into the urban landscape.