Monday, October 23, 2006
Transforming plastic junk into works of art
LUCENA CITY—Wanting to have additional income to support his wife and 2-year-old daughter, Marlon Remo, 23, got his creative juices flowing and started transforming plastic junk items into simple but exquisite works of art.
From out of empty plastic bottles of 1.5-liter soft drinks, Remo meticulously carves different models of miniature trees and flower plants with the use of sharp, pointed scissors and gas-fueled disposable lighter.
He started his craft last January after his Manila-based nephew, James, stayed with him for a few months in his shack in the rural village of Domoit. [continue reading at INQ7.net]
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