Toilet Paper Roll Faces: The Creepiest Use Of A Toilet Paper Roll Ever

Everyone knows that when the toilet paper is out, danger is approaching. Well, let’s just say that we all know we would rather have a spare toilet paper roll at home than realize it’s out when it’s too late. I remember when I was in preschool, and we were asked to bring empty toilet paper rolls to school. At first I was, as most of the kids were, clueless as to what was going to happen. But then it quickly dawned on us that we were going to create all kinds of cool stuff with these cardboard things. We made ornaments for the Christmas tree, maracas, yeah you name it, we could do pretty much anything with them. As time progressed, the use of a toilet paper roll somewhat fell into the shadows of our daily chores. We no longer saw the potential in them, and that’s way sad.

A guy that certainly doesn’t see the limits, yet sees the possibilities with an empty toilet paper roll is designer Junior Fritz Jacquiet. He calls himself a paper sculptor and boy are his creations awesome. Most of us would just put a couple of eyes, a nose and a mouth on the roll by using a pen. At max we’d add some yarn hair to it as well. But Fritz has a style all his own that will not only thrill you, but creep you out as well.

Fritz uses them as they are, adding a little color and then folding them to make fantastic faces. Each one is as unique as the next. I am just amazed by the creativity he shows in all his toilet paper roll faces. It’s astonishing to think that these faces where all hidden in a plain, boring and gray toilet paper roll awaiting discovery. This is art when at its best.

Toilet Paper Roll Faces Artwork

Toilet Paper Roll Faces Artwork

Toilet Paper Roll Faces Artwork

Toilet Paper Roll Faces Artwork

Toilet Paper Roll Faces Artwork

Toilet Paper Roll Faces Artwork

Toilet Paper Roll Faces Artwork

Toilet Paper Roll Faces Artwork

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    Please tell me how u do that

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      Diana Irons 2 months

      Yes, I would like the directions ,too. That is a flaw in Pinterest. When I want to make something, there are no directions or they want to sell it to you. This is not ETSY.

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    sadie 5 years

    I really want to know how to do that! :)

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    Luiza Moriyama 5 years

    Achei incrível esse trabalho. Gostaria de saber como se faz isso Tenho muita vontade de ser capaz de fazer pelo menos algo parecido …Qual a técnica ? Umedece-se o rolo para trabalhá-lo??.

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    olivia 4 years

    cool beans.

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    sadie 4 years

    :) :D

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    Ann 4 years

    Please show me how Great faces…

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    Celia 4 years

    These creations are truly amazing. Thanks for sharing

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    Maree 3 years

    Hi these creations are amazing. would you mind sharing your skill so that I can share it with my year five class?
    Cheers.

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    Debbie 3 years

    I would love to do this with my high school art class. Do you have instructions that you could send me? Love those great faces!
    Thank you,
    Debbie

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    Shana Cochran 3 years

    I too would like to have instruction for my class. I about t-rolls in my closet.

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    patty Zaruk 3 years

    Where is the how to?

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    Margaret 3 years

    How do you make them?

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    Nancy 3 years

    Fantastic!! I am a middle school teacher and would love to use this a class project to show kids creative ways to recycle. Please let me to know how you do these.

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    Geraldine Higgin 3 years

    Did anyone ever find out how to do these?

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    Marcia Helena Tavolaro 2 years

    Good night

    I wonder if you could send the instructions how to make the faces with the rolls of toilet paper. Because I am an art teacher, I found it interesting to teach my students.

    I tried but I couldn’t, it would be nice to have the step by step.

    Best regards

    Marcia

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    julie grant 2 years

    I want to buy some of them … where ?!

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    Marie-Th. d'Heureuse 2 years

    Would be wonderful to learn how to do them! Can I get the instructions, please?

    Marie

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    Kyra Wilson 2 years

    The results are amazing. I work in an all male juvenile facility and we are always looking for new activities for the young men to do. I think they would love this. Any futher instructions that you would be willing to share would be awesome.

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    Charlotte England 2 years

    Now I see another wonderful use of an empty toilet paper roll, other than the recycle bin.
    Do you share how they are done and if so I would love to learn how.
    Charlotte

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    limor zajicek 2 years

    I would love to do this with my school art class. Do you have instructions that you could send me? Love those great faces!!!!
    Thank you,
    limor

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    Theresha Ashley 1 year

    I love these faces. I am amazed at how many expressions you created. Thank you for sharing.

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    Becky jones 1 year

    Looks like we are going to have to jump in there and experiment! My first thought is that they have to be wet! Gonna give it a go!!!! Will let you know if I am successful! Come on!!! Try it! Lol!it’s just a TP roll!

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      Eric Fass 1 year

      Any luck so far? I thought getting them wet would be the first step too. With lots of pinching and pushing out. Reminds me of plate tectonics. I would love to see what you came up with.

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    Pepper 1 year

    Is it just me, or do they all resemble George Bush? Lol

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