Toilet Paper Roll Art by Anastassia Elias.

Anastassia Elias spends hours painstakingly cutting out tiny shapes to make detailed models – and then fits them inside used toilet rolls. Elias, uses paper the same color as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate scenes from wildlife to construction sites.

A professional painter and illustrator by trade, Elias uses manicure scissors and a scalpel to create the shapes which she then manipulates into position using tweezers. Taken between 2009 and 2012, Elias has so far created 75 toilet roll designs which are on display in her new book entitled “Rouleaux”.

 

Toilet paper roll art of a fisherman. (Photo by Anastassia Elias/Caters News)

Toilet paper roll art of a fisherman.

Toilet paper roll art of a boxing match. (Photo by Anastassia Elias/Caters News)

Toilet paper roll art of a boxing match.

Toilet paper roll art of wildlife in the wilderness. (Photo by Anastassia Elias/Caters News)

Toilet paper roll art of wildlife in the wilderness.

Toilet paper roll art of wheelchair basketball.

Toilet paper roll art of a couple of cowboys.

Toilet paper roll art of a construction site.

Toilet paper roll art of of a theme park. wildlife in the wilderness.

Tiolet paper roll art of a child on a tree swing.

Toilet paper roll art of mountain climbers.

Toilet paper roll art of a kangaroo in the wild.

Toilet paper roll art of an asian temple with martial arts training in the foreground.

Toilet paper roll art of African wildlife. (Photo by Anastassia Elias/Caters News)

Toilet paper roll art of African wildlife.

Toilet paper roll art of a man looking through a telescope.

Toilet paper roll art of prehistoric earth with dinosaurs. (Photo by Anastassia Elias/Caters News)

Toilet paper roll art of prehistoric earth with dinosaurs.

Toilet paper roll art of pedestrians with umbrellas. (Photo by Anastassia Elias/Caters News)

Toilet paper roll art of pedestrians with umbrellas.

Toilet roll artist Anastassia Elias hold one of her toilet roll art pieces as seen without backlighting. (Photo by Anastassia Elias/Caters News)
Toilet roll artist Anastassia Elias hold one of her toilet roll art pieces as seen without backlighting.
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