- A talented man recently headed to Twitter to share a heartwarming post about his humble hustle
- According to the post, he looks through trash to find bottles that he turns into beautiful decorative pieces
- Many headed to the comments section to gush over his beautiful and creative work
One man's trash is another man's treasure and for this African man, this could not be any more true. Heading online, a hardworking man shared how he turns trash into his own very special kind of treasure.
@Makatjane3 took to Twitter to share how he goes through dumpsites and trash to find old bottles that he uses to turn into decorative pieces for people's homes. He also shared pictures of his beautiful work with his impressed followers.
He captioned the heartwarming and inspiring Twitter post recently:
"When you see me at the dumping side, just know I will be collecting bottles to transform them into Decor products."
The post quickly gained traction as thousands of locals were left impressed by the man's hard work and determination. Many of them took to the comment section to share their compliments and thoughts.
Read a few of them below:
"Your target market should be rich folks. They'd love your works. Makes tons of money. And don't underprice your work, charge your worth, there are people who will pay your price."
"For the first time in I had to like art by a brother, not because I feel pity for him, but because it's surreal!"
"I wish you can incorporate with these winemaking companies or guys like @bonang_m or @akaworldwide or @djsbu for the special reserve bottles that they send to their special customers or for promotional reasons. We need to support each other as black businesses"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a self-taught artist, Adeniji Adebayo, has wowed many with his great ballpoint arts that captured Nigerian singer Wizkid and American RnB musician, Rihanna.
Posting his artwork on Twitter, the young fine artist asked people to help retweet his work so that it can have a wider reach and bring him patronage.
To show that he indeed drew the global artistes with pens, Adeniji placed a pen each on the photos.