These amazing loo roll cityscapes are raising awareness for World Toilet Day

Joe Vesey-Byrne
Saturday 19 November 2016 12:00
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Picture:(WaterAid/ Thierry Bal)

The charity WaterAid has teamed up with artist Anastassia Elias to create this amazing series of toilet rolls carved into the shape of world cities.

19 November is World Toilet Day, and as part of its project to bring proper sanitation to millions around the world, the charity commissioned this beautiful series of toilet roll art.

The rolls were photographed by Thierry Bal.

Picture:(WaterAid/ Thierry Bal)

Here's each city up close.

New York, US

Picture:(WaterAid/ Thierry Bal)

Agra, India

Picture:(WaterAid/ Thierry Bal)

Tokyo, Japan

Picture:(WaterAid/ Thierry Bal)

Stockholm, Sweden

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Toronto, Canada

Picture:(WaterAid/ Thierry Bal)

Bogota, Colombia

Picture:(WaterAid/ Thierry Bal)

Sydney, Australia

Timbuktu, Mali

London, UK

Picture:(WaterAid/ Thierry Bal)

The artist Anastassia Elias poses with her creations:

Picture:(WaterAid/ Neil Wissink)

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