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Toilet Papercraft

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A request from a friend, was not publish for a long time until now. It comes with 3 colors. Please be advised some parts are without tabs/ flaps. The ancient cities of the Indus Valley Civilization, e.g., Harappa and Mohenjo-daro which are located in present day India & Pakistan had flush toilets attached to a sophisticated sewage system—and other forms of toilets were used both in the time of the Romans and Egyptians as well. Although a precursor to the modern flush toilet system was designed in 1596 by John Harington, the toilet did not enter into widespread use until the late nineteenth century, when it was adopted in English upper class residences. [wikipedia]

Toilet Paper Model

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Trash bin papercraft

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This type of trash bin can be found around the road of Jend. Sudirman, Jakarta. This type of trash bin consists of two kinds, namely first for organic waste / wet garbage such as leaves, food scraps, kitchen waste, fruit leather. Second for non-organic waste / dry waste such as paper, wood, fabric, textile, plastic, cardboard, rubber, tin, glass, metal, wire. As governor of DKI Jakarta is being renewed this facility in every corners of Jakarta for the creation of a clean environment and healthy.

Trash bin papercraft

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Public Phone Papercraft

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Design by Rian Rahardi. Public phone coin is a facility of the government through PT Telkom as telecommunications for society to support the smooth-running of telecommunications. However, present day public phone has been rarely used because as the development of mobile phone technology that much easier and practical use.

Jakarta Public Phone

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