21.12.12 by Jeff

Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets
“Temporary Contemporary Carpets” by We Make Carpets. These are fantastic! Glorious carpets made of everyday objects like bottles, plastic forks, pasta noodles, even toy soldiers!

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

We Make Carpets Temporary Contemporary Carpets

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



  • wow, really cool!

  • Ariadne

    Somehow I can’t help thinking what a waste of chocolate and noodles this all is… But they truely are amazing.

  • Cell76

    Please, not the food. There are poor people on earth.

    • ROMO

      Just becuase someone uses food you say “there are poor people on earth”, if he made it from another medium like glass you wouldnt say that. yet you could buy about 100 time the amount of pasta with the value of the glass for example. so becuase some one uses food as a material doesnt all of a sudden mean its a waste, its just a material ! look at other art Hirsts diamond skull? and your whinging about a few packs of pasta





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