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.
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