After feasting your eyes on Junior Fritz Jacquet's funny-faced cardboard sculptures, we promise you’ll never look at a humble toilet paper roll in the same way again.
Jacquet, a French artist who specializes in paper sculptures, has an incredible knack for breathing life into the materials he works with -- whether that's paper twisted into a human form or toilet paper rolls squished, twisted and pinched to resemble faces, each so expressive and unique.
According to Jacquet's catalogue, each mask is sculpted from a single toilet paper roll by hand and is afterwards "coated with shellac and different pigments."
Jacquet has been “fascinated by paper from a very young age,” the catalogue adds, and is inspired by the art of origami.
Scroll down to see his incredible toilet paper roll masks, some of which were captured by photographer Matthieu Gauchet: