Toilet Roll Art

This artist spends hours painstakingly cutting out tiny shapes to make detailed models – and then fits them inside used toilet rolls. Toilet roll artist, Anastassia Elias, 37, uses paper the same colour as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate pictures of people. Elias, a professional painter and illustrator by trade, uses manicure scissors and a scalpel to create the shapes which she then manipulates into position using tweezers.

This artist spends hours painstakingly cutting out tiny shapes to make detailed models - and then fits them inside used toilet rolls. Toilet roll artist, Anastassia Elias, 37, uses paper the same colour as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate pictures of people. Elias, a professional painter and illustrator by trade, uses manicure scissors and a scalpel to create the shapes which she then manipulates into position using tweezers.

This artist spends hours painstakingly cutting out tiny shapes to make detailed models - and then fits them inside used toilet rolls. Toilet roll artist, Anastassia Elias, 37, uses paper the same colour as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate pictures of people. Elias, a professional painter and illustrator by trade, uses manicure scissors and a scalpel to create the shapes which she then manipulates into position using tweezers.

This artist spends hours painstakingly cutting out tiny shapes to make detailed models - and then fits them inside used toilet rolls. Toilet roll artist, Anastassia Elias, 37, uses paper the same colour as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate pictures of people. Elias, a professional painter and illustrator by trade, uses manicure scissors and a scalpel to create the shapes which she then manipulates into position using tweezers.

This artist spends hours painstakingly cutting out tiny shapes to make detailed models - and then fits them inside used toilet rolls. Toilet roll artist, Anastassia Elias, 37, uses paper the same colour as the cardboard tubes to build up the intricate pictures of people. Elias, a professional painter and illustrator by trade, uses manicure scissors and a scalpel to create the shapes which she then manipulates into position using tweezers.