Anastassia Elias creates highly detailed paper scenes inside the empty tubes.

French artist Anastassia Elias creates highly detailed dioramas inside empty rolls of toilet paper. This series of intricate paper sculptures features a variety of different scenes.

There are animals, a fairground, a beach, miners, boxers, and scenes of everyday life with tiny figures at work or play. A selection of Elias' toilet paper sculptures are featured in her new book Rouleaux, which she recently announced.

Available from Blurb for €20, the book has 42 pages presenting 67 paper sculptures created by Elias between 2009 and 2012. Altogether, it contains 157 photographs and 28 sketches. Click through to see some images of the book and visit the artist's site for more from the series:

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