Man creatively converts waste bottles into amazing artefacts, photos cause stir

Man creatively converts waste bottles into amazing artefacts, photos cause stir

- Makatjane, a creative gentleman on Twitter, has created a livelihood for himself from picking waste bottles at landfill sites

- The waste glass bottles are then used by Makatjane to make beautiful artefacts that are sold to interested clients

- Over 100,000 social media users could not hold back their reactions upon seeing the different before-and-after photos showing his creativity

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A young man who is known on Twitter as Makatjane has caused a stir on the social media platform after showcasing some amazing works he has been doing.

In a post seen by Legit.ng on his personal handle, @Makatjane3, the gentleman shared that his livelihood is to go to landfill sites, pick up bottles, clean them and then decorate them for sale.

The finished works sighted by Legit.ng show really colourful designs that could be used in top-class restaurants, tourist attractions and many others.

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I pick them from rubbish dumps & make them special - Creative man flaunts his works

I pick them from rubbish dumps & make them special - Creative man flaunts his works Credit: @Makatjane3
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See the post and photos below:

His post gathered a total of over 100k reactions and comments as many could simply not keep their words to themselves upon seeing what the young man is doing both for himself and planet earth.

Check out some of the comments below:

@BLC_Fitness expressed great love for Makatjane's work and extreme creativity.

A lady named Pearl encouraged the creative gentleman to particularly market his amazing products to rich folks for high revenue.

@LeratoMcCow said:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported how a Nigerian man built house with 14,800 plastic bottles in Kaduna.

Premium Times reports that Ahmed is the director of a non-governmental organisation, Developmental Association of Renewable Energies in Nigeria (DARE).

Legit.ng gathers that the engineer said the house was built by his organisation to encourage recycling of waste materials, create jobs and ensure a safer environment in Nigeria.

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Explaining the process of building the house, Ahmed said workers filled the plastic bottles with sand and linked them at the neck by an intricate network of strings.

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Source: Legit Newspaper

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