Arzu Akgün puts emphasis on goods which form a basic part of our daily life by converting these images into 3 dimensions with her paintings on woodblocks. This creative process originates from the consumer goods. The artist also highlights the connection between the object and the individual by using existing elements and forms such as showcases, shopping centers, etc. She also carries objects of desire such as cosmetic products and aesthetically shaped woman silhouettes into her paintings. Arzu Akgün also uses or changes the original rich visual layers of consumer goods rather than just re-painting an existing object. At exhibitions, Akgün’s specific technique draws attention to her paintings where the images of women and consumption culture is dominant. Re-interpreting the traditional woodblock printing technique, the artist developed a unique attitude.