29.10.12 by Jeff

Incredible installations made of toilet paper by Sakir Gökcebag

Incredible toilet paper installations by artist Sakir Gökcebag
Artist Sakir Gökcebag takes boring old rolls of toilet paper and turns them into beautiful works of art.

Incredible toilet paper installations by artist Sakir Gökcebag

Incredible toilet paper installations by artist Sakir Gökcebag

Incredible toilet paper installations by artist Sakir Gökcebag

Incredible toilet paper installations by artist Sakir Gökcebag

Incredible toilet paper installations by artist Sakir Gökcebag

Incredible toilet paper installations by artist Sakir Gökcebag

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • The ingenuity and creativity of people never ceases to amaze me and even seeing them up close my mind refuses to accept that these a rolls of toilet paper. So Great.

  • Resourceful way of creating art out of a mundane household item. The art looks elegant, a far cry from its medium.

  • Colman

    Forget about the medium
    In my mind it is might as well be the finest silk
    The application is inspiring
    The forms are imaginative Majestic





22.07.16 by Jeff

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22.07.16 by Jeff

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22.07.16 by Jeff

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