Artwork using Toilet Paper Rolls by Sakir Gökcebag

You will be surprised to witness the art by Sakir Gökcebag who has used his creativity to turn the toilet paper rolls into surprisingly beautiful forms and patterns, creating an urban and minimalistic installation.

With household objects working as his unusual medium, Gökcebag’s pieces often result from a close observation of their form and function. He then arranges multiples of the object, playing with their intrinsic qualities to create repetitive geometric patterns which are truly captivating. The normality of the object is quickly overcome by the creative and often beautiful ways in which we see them arranged.

This is not the first time Sakir discovers a way to reveal the artistic potential of the ordinary every-day objects laying around us. Previously, he has also used brooms, umbrellas, clothes hangers, clocks and such.


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