Meet Ennock Mlangeni the Artist Who Painted Incredible Portrait on Household Fridge

Meet Ennock Mlangeni the Artist Who Painted Incredible Portrait on Household Fridge

  • A local artist named Ennock Mlangeni has dazzled Mzansi with his unique 'fridge painting'
  • The young creative first got the inspiration for the work of art when a client proposed he liven up her refrigerator
  • Mzansi took to the comments section sharing their reactions to the interesting painting

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A local artist named Ennock Mlangeni has caught the attention of social media users after heading online to share his latest work. The talented painter is certainly very versatile, able to transpose his artistic vision onto simple everyday items like a refrigerator.

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Artist Ennock Mlangeni has dazzled with his paintings using everyday, household items. Images: @ennockmartZA/Twitter
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Heading online, @ennockmartZA says a client of his had been in the market for a new fridge and desperately needed the artist to spice it up.

"My client said. "Ennock I love your work, I am moving in a new home and I am on the process of buying a new fridge and I want you to paint it," he captioned the post in part.

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Ennock shared some stunning snaps and beautifully depicted the unique work of art from the time it stood as a simple outlined sketch to its eventual completion. The colourful painting certainly adds a lot of visual interest to the once-grey and lifeless kitchen.

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Mzansi took to the comments section, sharing their reactions to the cool fridge painting.

Check out some of the awesome reactions below:

@TheReal_EmZet said:

"Beautiful work. I hope it brings you happiness and success. Meanwhile, somewhere an artist in the making is just getting started."

@ThisIsMduh said:

"Please send an unsolicited design proposal to Samsung, Hisense and Smeg. Get a PR company to help you package and push your proposal. Wonderful work. All the best my brother."

@Zenande_Mcfen said:

"This is absolutely beautiful."

@mrlungisa said:

"Great piece of work."

@Alex_gyst said:

"Walking to that fridge at night while drunk will render you sober in no time, more so if you’re a visitor to the house."

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@amaFancyNancy said:

"That’s next level larney. I absolutely love it! Imagine commissioning an artist to paint your fridge?"

"So relatable": Artist wows with portraits of everyday people, Mzansi impressed

In related news, YEN News previously reported that a talented local artist has wowed South Africans with his portraits of everyday, ordinary people. The painter seems to find beauty in these often overlooked lives and has whisked viewers away into a picturesque world filled with all the memories of home.

Vuyisile Adoons is a Free State-based artist currently residing in the small town of Rouxville. The largely self-taught artist has embraced his pastoral community, painting a young mom feeding her child and an old madala shining his shoes on the street corner.

These recurring themes have attracted the attention of buyers across the globe. Vuyisle says he's sold paintings in the US, UK, Saudi Arabia and Australia already.

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For locals, the uncomplicated yet striking works of art seem to reflect a simpler place and time not too far from memory. Many South Africans have commended the artist for depicting everyday people with such dignity.

Check out some more comments below:

@khafiso said:

"What caught my heart is when I saw the paintings of common people. Most artists go for celebrities, but your work is so relatable. Much respect."

@Skywalk792 said:

"Brilliant paintings that tell our everyday life story... a beautiful piece of artwork."

@LeratoPlaatjie2 said:

"Your portraits are very relatable, especially in the Black community. Keep up the good work my brother."

@gopolangbokala said:

"Your paintings have such a homey feel to them. Gives warmth and nostalgia. How much?"

@DerMinnie said:

"WOW, you are really blessed with talent."

@BrendaWardle said:

"Talented ... your brushstrokes remind me of George Pemba."

Source: Yen

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