- A young man has showcased his amazing graffiti art and many people were wowed by what he did
- The artist painted a recreation centre's walls with cartoon superheroes many people can identify with
- There were tweeps who really wanted to know how much he gets paid for the kind of thing he does
A young man with the Twitter handle @Scrapa2020 has wowed people with his street art on Twitter as he showed his progress.
Sharing photos of his handiwork, the man posted about how he was able to paint a stretch of wall with photos of popular heroes like spiderman.
People said he must have really worked hard to achieve such beauty, turning a drab white wall into something of great art.
See his tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, his post has over 18,000 likes with about 4,000 retweets. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below.
"This is a school compound or what?"
"Please paint African Heroes like Shaka Zulu."
"I’d love to watch this guy work one of these days."
"This a very beautiful piece of art but why una wey the do art no the Barb. if na there the inspiration dey, let me know to start keeping my hairs."
"If there's another fence, please draw attack on Titans."
"Same Dude who did the Tetteh Quarshie paintings."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Siyanda Mboko shared an amazing picture of a sculpture which has been installed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. He praised the South African artist, Daniel Popper, for his 'breathtaking' piece of art.
The sculpture featured in Mboko's picture is called Thrive. It is approximately 10 metres tall and weighs 14 tons. It is constructed out of glass fibre and concrete, according to ThisIsColossal.
This is what Siyanda had to say about the amazing artwork:
"Breathtaking new sculpture 'Thrive' outside the Society Las Olas apartments in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida. By internationally admired South African artist, Daniel Popper."
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