French artist Anastassia Elias builds intricate little sculptures inside of normal-sized toilet paper rolls, and now she has collected some of the best ones in a book entitled Rouleaux ("roll" in French). The book contains 67 unique sculptures made between 2009 and 2012 that deal mostly with human scenes: laboratories, construction sites, carnivals, leisure activities, etc., but there are the occasional dinosaur and nature sculptures too. It is an interesting way to create art out of one of the least interesting household products ever.

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