Talented man makes chairs from broken bathtub; awesome photos go viral

Talented man makes chairs from broken bathtub; awesome photos go viral

- Many people have praised a man with the Twitter handle @AbChigz for making a table and chairs from a discarded bathtub

- People marvelled at his pieces as many offered him ways he could make his creativity at recycling tubs better

- There were tweeps who wanted to sell off their damaged tubs to him and make quick money

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Photos of fancy chairs and tables made from a broken bathtub have gone viral on the internet and people cannot just help but appreciate them.

In the photos shared by a Twitter handle @IamMartyMarty, the chair maker (@AbChigz) could be seen cutting the bathtub into shapes.

One of the frames showed how his work turned out as the finished pieces were placed in a garden, making the whole environment beautiful.

While many wanted to know where the maker stays so they could sell him their used tubs, others advised him on the need to fit cushions on the chairs to give more comfort.

See his post below:

As at the time of writing this report, the tweet showing the masterpiece has gathered over 69,000 likes and thousands of comments.

Man makes fine sitting chairs from broken, dirty bathtub, fine photos drop

Photos of the man's masterpieces have gone viral as people praised him. Photo source: @IamMartyMarty
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YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:

@murimboke said:

"I have a similar used bathtub at home removed last month. Please connect me with the guy I can sell it to him."

@Zariajanice said:

"A cushion maybe to elevate the 'sitter'? Otherwise, the creativity is tops."

@tundeskie said:

"Wait, what if I help you source for damaged tub like this for your work? Let's do this business bro."

@Skinlike_pearls said:

"Omg we totally have an old bath tub at home that we were going to throw out now I want this for my dad to chill on when reading in his garden. How can I get ahold of you? Where are you based?"

@ItsVickojb116 said:

"The concept is cool but don't you think there's a need for cushion or something to withstand the pain the ceramics will inflict."

@dearakinz said:

"Without any cushion, I think it would be slippery."

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported about a young Nigerian lady, Favour Oluma, who is into the craft of converting old car tyres into grand tables that can fit into any modern home.

A student of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, she could be seen in the production process of the table in one of the pictures shared on Twitter.

Source: Yen

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