The Tiny Cityscapes Built with Toilet Paper Rolls

From New York to London, Tokyo to Sydney, Anastasia Elias, the Paris-based artist created these tiny cityscapes from those famous cities in the world with toilet paper rolls.

Tiny Cityscapes Made with Toilet Paper Rolls

The paper cityscapes feature 10 famous cities around the world including New York, Sydney, Tokyo, London, Dacca, Stockholm, Toronto, Bogota, Agra, and Timbuktu. Same as other paper artworks from the French artist, these cityscapes are also built in toilet paper rolls.

Tiny Cityscapes Made with Toilet Paper Rolls

As we can see from the images, each paper cut highlights a world-famous cityscape like Big Ben in London, Sydney Opera House, Tokyo Tower and more. Using meticulous paper-cuts and subtle arrangement, each paper roll shows off those iconic detailing from the original cityscape. When light goes through the rolls, these tiny cityscapes deliver a charming visual effect. BTW, don’t miss her paper sculptures built with coffee cups.

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Source: Behance

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