- The creative metal work of a man has recently become the talk of many after photos of it surfaced online
- A post online captured the son of the artist advertising his father's craft with pictures of the elderly man standing below his work
- @ill_nojie, a follower, commented: "Your father is an artist. Give him his cap . An iron bender is an understatement"
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A young man has recently got many on social media praising his father's works after sharing photos of a sample work he has done.
The Twitter post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the timeline of @oviepaulej had his dad standing on a platform below a creative metal work he had done on a wall wearing a green top and jeans.
He shared the post with the caption;
Reintroducing my dad...the last iron bender! Why have boring burglary when it can be pretty and secure?
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At the time of this publication, the post has gathered over 6,600 retweets with 136 quote tweets and 26,000 likes.
Some of the heartfelt comments have been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
Post more of his works bro. It's amazing
Your Dad's work is exceptionally good , he is good. People from Benin are good when it comes to artwork especially with regards to iron, copper and Bronze. However, please advice him to wear safety regalia, it is really important.
Your daddy’s work looks clean and exceptional.
Your father is an artist. Give him his cap . An iron bender is an understatement
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Already loving this and wish to have one done in Lafia. I hope you have got plans on distance delivery
Ghanaian Artist Kwesi Botchway Paints The Same Drawing 40 Times & Sells Them For GH₵1.9m
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kwesi Botchway, a contemporary Ghanaian artist did another wonder, which was a major stride for him in the arts industry as well as great inspiration for upcoming artists.
The young man made a painting of a Black African woman who was confidently portraying her culture with dignity and class, and replicated it 39 times.
Kwesi then put the 40 portraits up for sale and it generated a whopping $240,000 (GH₵1.95m) within a few days after its release as all of them sold out.
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