- A talented young man made waves via social media due to his works of art
- He uses scrap material to create miniature masterpieces
- Some of his designs include replica homes and even towns with incredible detail
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The saying is that 'one man's trash is another man's treasure' and Mveliso Teardrop Ntaba seems to really take that message to heart.
The young man uses scrap materials to create wonderful works of art.
Aside from the environmental benefits of re-purposing trash, some of his creations are a marvel to behold.
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Mveliso shared photos of some of his designs via the Quinton Gift Facebook group and the post proved a big hit.
Briefly.co.za gathered that more than 5 000 people liked the post.
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Zamani L Mshukumis Koobiser offered a business opportunity:
"You are really dope brvh....I'm zamani I do events sometimes art events plz inbox me your contact details brvh you can inspire more artist to improve their skills."
Musa Sasa said,
"Your name is brilliant and you are brilliant ..your work is brilliant...I so wish doors open 4 you and I'm praying 4 you."
O'kano Mpitsa Mīghțý added,
"Yoh bro.... yr talent is outta this world! I love your art & wishing u all the best. Lemme share this."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nombulelo Dassie is a fine arts graduate who works from her bedroom.
She manages to capture the essence of her subject and South Africans were impressed by her work.
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