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Nigerian Student Uses Over 6000 Bottle Covers To Make A Portrait Of His Vice Chancellor (Photos)

A student of the University of Benin, identified as Joshua Egesi, has gone viral with his incredible display of creativity.

Joshua Egesi made a portrait of his Vice Chancellor using 6000 plastic bottle covers.

A first look at the photo will make an observer think they are looking at a painting on a smooth canvass, but the painting was actually done with several bottle covers.



Josh, a student of the University of Benin (UNIBEN) used the 6000+ bottle covers to create a portrait of their Vice Chancellor.


The young man who unveiled the photo of the portrait said it’s the biggest bottle cap potrait in Africa as it stands at 11ft by 7ft.


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