Junior Fritz Jacquet creates unique sculptures out of toilet paper rolls.
The faces of fictional characters are first sculpted by hand and then coated with shellac and different pigments. [photos by Matthieu Gauchet]
For more inspiration, check out: 12 Creative Toilet Paper Designs
These are awesome. Great creativity, and a lot of them look like the faces people may make while taking a number 2.lol
Feb 3rd, 2011
someone has too much time on their hands.
@jumanicus we hear that comment on pretty much every post. we get it.
why everyone of them is angry or confused? why no one smile?
A lot of these look suspiciously like George Bush.
Feb 4th, 2011
I really really like these. very creative.
I seriously can’t believe those were made of toilet paper rolls… they’re awesome :)
It would be sweet to see some of these used for stop motion
Creepy… But good work.
Awesome, going to try.
Fantastic! I think I’m gonna try it myself.
Art of Concept
Stunning work! Really great and cool!
That was extremely creepy looking at xD Reminds me of a mummy… ew.
Its really a tribute to Thomas Crapper, the inventor of the toilet.
Is that Bush?
great job, really like those
Haha!!! That is so funny that other people also see George Bush’s face in some of these toilet paper rolls! (Look at picture 1 - the right blue guy - haha!)
I love this kind of art! Funny!!
Feb 5th, 2011
It really is admirable!
You are the one sitting on your computer looking at this persons amazing art that they created, and THEY have too much time on their hands? Riiiight *roll eyes*
Gisele from Brazil
Uow!That’s a really good job!
You have a pretty imagination!
Who know that someone could do this funny faces in toilet paper rolls! =D
Feb 6th, 2011
these are really funny, I love it!
Feb 7th, 2011
these all look like an accident, the person just scrunched up the roll, and hey presto! it looks kinda like a face…
but still, very imaginative and uniquely creative.
Feb 19th, 2011
Hahaha, these just made my night. Not only are they genius, but they made me smile. What else could a blog reader want?
May 13th, 2011