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French artist Anastassia Elias uses toilet paper rolls to create art. She choose paper to match the color of the roll to give it a seamless look and creates the most intricate silhouettes with just a pair of scissors, tweezers, and glue. The time, detail, and thought that goes into each magical piece is wtf outstanding.
Anastassia Elias: "I cut the small paper shapes that I stick inside the toilet paper rolls. I use tweezers to manipulate the paper shapes. I selecte the paper of the same color as the roll. It gives the illusion that the paper figures make part of the roll." - Some people spend way too much time in the bathroom....
It's here... my new countdown calendar: the 2009 Toilet Paper Tube Advent is ready for December. Last year's advent calender gained a lot of recognition on crafty blogs and even continues to be part of advent round ups for this year. I think part of its popularity was due to the use of the common toilet paper tube. We all have them, and they won't stop filling up our recycling bins anytime soon!