- @aozforum, a talented young man on Twitter has combined plastic bottles and arranged them to look like a real crocodile
- According to him, waste is actually a resource depending on how it is handled
- Many social media users have been amazed by the art, but some have been wondering what it can be used for
A talented young man identified on Twitter with the handle @aozforum has gone viral after taking time to create a real-looking crocodile.
In the thread of photos sighted by Briefly.co.za on his personal handle, the gentleman added an interesting caption that made it clear that waste only lies in the eyes of the beholder.
According to him, waste is not actually waste but a resource, and this is proven by what he was able to create out of discarded plastic bottles.
See the post below:
Over 11k people have been reacting to the creative piece of artwork done by the gentleman.
@Millithegoat_ admired the creativity of @aozforum but wondered what the crocodile made with plastic could be used for.
@vvoice77 suggested that the artwork could be used in a children's park or even in a person's residence.
@EstherSucrose hilariously mentioned that if @aozforum is her neighbour, she would not have to throw rubbish away as the gentleman would take all for his artworks.
In another report, Rasta finally seems to be getting a break from his social media fans who seemingly always have some questions about his work. His latest art however received quite a few compliments after he shared a picture of it online.
Taking to Twitter, Rasta posted the pictures of the painting portrait he had done for a man called Mr Leeuw who recently celebrated his birthday, and also pictures of Mr Leuuw who also seemed to love his new artwork.
"Went to deliver this portrait Today at Illovo. Hope you enjoyed your birthday Mr Leeuw," Rasta happily captioned the post.
He seems to at least have hit the needle closer to the head as many of his fans and followers quickly took to the comment section to share that they thought he was improving. Of course there were a few naysayers.
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