The cardboard piece that comes inside toilet paper is constantly discarded with little regard, however, with this toilet paper roll art, one may think twice before throwing it out.
Artist Anastassia Elias has taken intricate, delicate artwork to a whole other level. Using the cardboard roll as the basis of her diorama, Elias makes tiny and elaborate depictions inside the small area. Some of her artwork pieces include a wilderness scene, miners working and woman cutting a man's hair. By placing a light source behind the roll, her cut-outs act as though they are shadows.
This toilet paper roll art is proof that one doesn't need a lot of colors or a big canvas in order to produce incredible artwork.
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