Students Create Lamp, Chandelier and Clock from Rubber Spoons; Beautiful photos drop

Students Create Lamp, Chandelier and Clock from Rubber Spoons; Beautiful photos drop

- A group of students has showcased amazing talent displays by turning rubber items into something beautiful

- The talented individuals creatively made household items like chandeliers, sun-flower clocks, and lamps using rubber spoons

- The impressive work of their hands has gone viral and attracted praises from Nigerians to themselves

A group of students has caused a huge stir on social media as a result of their creative art made with their hands.

The youngsters from Intercontinental School in Kano, according to @OvieAli on Twitter, made eye-catching household items from rubber spoons.

Creative Nigerian Students Create Beautiful Lamps, Chandeliers and Sun-Flower Clocks with Rubber Spoons
The young students made lamps from rubber spoons Photo Credit: @OvieAli
Source: UGC

With great skill and organization, they made chandeliers, sun-flower clocks and luminous lamps.

Nigerians' reaction to their creation

Their creative work was received with mixed feelings among Nigerians. While many commended their effort, some argued that it wasn't a big deal.

@getjustice_ remarked:

"People of their age are making drones you are here giving plastic rubber rearrangement. Abeg who do us."

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@philemonhaggy replying to the first tweep said:

"Well every country uses its raw materials, this is the raw material provided by Nigeria thus, you could appreciate and encourage them to do more, instead of making snide comments. Am not even sure you could do stuff like this in your secondary days.
"Lovely design by the way."

@ismailainuwa1 stated:

"Encourage arts and craft, our kids will excel but we're too busy reading irrelevant subjects."

Brilliant students create Jeep prototype

Meanwhile, previously reported that a group of Nigerian students had created a Jeep prototype with local materials.

In series of posts, the bright students - numbering about seven - showed how they used locally sourced irons and other materials to come about the automobile design.

From the images made available, the car looks just like any normal Jeep but had an outlook of something that needs some finishing touches to bring out its beauty.

According to the students of Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, unlike the normal Jeep, their own innovation comes with unique features it employs in road navigation.


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