The Boy That Went Viral After Creating Ironman Suit With Cartons, Check Out His New Invention
Praise Kelechi is a young talented boy who designs amazing crafty works using objects that can be found in the streets such as cartons.
he created a suit that looks just like that of a Marvel character known as iron man. He created it using cartons and his work was applauded on Facebook by many, having over 2 thousand shares.
His first design was named MK-3
He has designed many interesting pieces, including spider masks, the Captain America Shield, rifles and other artifacts associated to Comic Books, since he had shared photos with cartons of his first ironmaking trim. Have a look at some images of his works of art.
He recently customized a very perfect iron man outfit using some pieces of indispensable and disposable box-likes papers.
The young boy is apparently gifted, because it takes a very dexterous man to make a perfect artwork using cartons. He imitates the costume of the popular marvel super hero which is Iron man.
In his ironmant costume, in addition to the invention of other products, he invented it. It looked a little harsh as he released pictures of a new and better edition he called Mk-50, when he revealed his suit in the social media for the first time.
When a child may create interesting objects alone with boxes.
How would you rate his creativity?
This shows how talented Africans are.
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