- A man has turned his room into an art exhibition as he showcased the 400 paintings he made
- According to him, the paintings were for the 400 days he didn't go out of his house due to the pandemic
- He went on to reveal what number he will stop painting at
A man found an engagement for himself during the period of pandemic and took to social media to showcase his efforts.
The man identified as Edward Carey shared on Twitter adorable photos of 400 hundred paintings he made that equalled the 400 days he spent at home in quarantine.
Edward formed a carpet with the drawings as he spread them across the room, ensuring that each was exhibited and visible.
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The talented artist stated that he may stop the daily drawings at number 500. He hoped by then, the world would be a much better place to step out to.
His tweet read:
"For 400 days I’ve been doing a quarantine drawing a day, here they all are. I think I’ll stop at 500, by then I’ll have run out of house...and I hope the world will be looking better."
Tweeps thought what he did was beautiful, many suggested he made an art book out of it to which he responded:
"Will be a book in November, the first 365 at least."
"Fabulous. They look wonderful! Any of someone (or something!) reading a book? I’d love use a reader to illustrate a group of your favorite recommendations here at @rakestrawbooks!"
"Wow! Absolutely stunning. I want these to be my floor tiles. You are sitting! On a goldmine. Fantastic."
''First, that’s amazing.
"Second, each page has a smudge in the upper left. As a left-handed pencil user who hooks, I’m used to something like that but closer to the drawing. What causes your smudge? (Or do you have long wrists?) Thanx!"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man had made wall paintings of beautiful ladies and many thought they looked so real.
A LinkedIn user identified as Elphas Saizi had shared on the platform photos of his amazing artworks which particularly were wall paintings of gorgeous looking women who appeared to pose for the camera.
Saizi described the artworks as real art and urged his followers to join him in appreciating the guy. Many LinkedIn users expressed surprise that it was actually paintings as they thought the artworks could be mistaken for real personalities.