While most throw out those brown toilet paper rolls when they reach the end of the roll, Paris-based artist Anastassia Elias recycles them and creates tiny magical worlds inside. The scenes range from nature settings to basketball games to a classroom filled with students and a room filled with tango dancers. In order to make the silhouettes appear like they are coming out of the roll, Anastassia uses the same colour paper as the brown toilet paper rolls. The rolls are then backlit with a light to bring life into each scene.
Wow... this is incredible. Never knew that such a form of art existed.ReplyDelete
Hats off to Anastassia.
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