2017-05-03
Tag 01
"The Renaissance Dam project represents a source of development for the millions of Ethiopia's citizens through producing green and sustainable energy, but for their brothers living on the banks of that very Nile in Egypt, and who approximately equal them in numbers, it represents a source of concern and worry," he said.
An art studio with no brushes or paint. Mbongeni Buthelezi uses strips of plastic melted and glued to the canvas for his portraits. When the South African studied art he couldn’t afford to buy expensive materials. So he found an alternative and now produces this unique kind of art. He collects plastic bags from the streets around his Johannesburg studio and has turned recycling into an art form.
2017-05-03
Tag 01
"The Renaissance Dam project represents a source of development for the millions of Ethiopia's citizens through producing green and sustainable energy, but for their brothers living on the banks of that very Nile in Egypt, and who approximately equal them in numbers, it represents a source of concern and worry," he said.
An art studio with no brushes or paint. Mbongeni Buthelezi uses strips of plastic melted and glued to the canvas for his portraits. When the South African studied art he couldn’t afford to buy expensive materials. So he found an alternative and now produces this unique kind of art. He collects plastic bags from the streets around his Johannesburg studio and has turned recycling into an art form.
2017-05-03
Tag 01
"The Renaissance Dam project represents a source of development for the millions of Ethiopia's citizens through producing green and sustainable energy, but for their brothers living on the banks of that very Nile in Egypt, and who approximately equal them in numbers, it represents a source of concern and worry," he said.
An art studio with no brushes or paint. Mbongeni Buthelezi uses strips of plastic melted and glued to the canvas for his portraits. When the South African studied art he couldn’t afford to buy expensive materials. So he found an alternative and now produces this unique kind of art. He collects plastic bags from the streets around his Johannesburg studio and has turned recycling into an art form.
2017-05-03
Tag 01
"The Renaissance Dam project represents a source of development for the millions of Ethiopia's citizens through producing green and sustainable energy, but for their brothers living on the banks of that very Nile in Egypt, and who approximately equal them in numbers, it represents a source of concern and worry," he said.
An art studio with no brushes or paint. Mbongeni Buthelezi uses strips of plastic melted and glued to the canvas for his portraits. When the South African studied art he couldn’t afford to buy expensive materials. So he found an alternative and now produces this unique kind of art. He collects plastic bags from the streets around his Johannesburg studio and has turned recycling into an art form.
2017-05-03
Tag 01
"The Renaissance Dam project represents a source of development for the millions of Ethiopia's citizens through producing green and sustainable energy, but for their brothers living on the banks of that very Nile in Egypt, and who approximately equal them in numbers, it represents a source of concern and worry," he said.
An art studio with no brushes or paint. Mbongeni Buthelezi uses strips of plastic melted and glued to the canvas for his portraits. When the South African studied art he couldn’t afford to buy expensive materials. So he found an alternative and now produces this unique kind of art. He collects plastic bags from the streets around his Johannesburg studio and has turned recycling into an art form.
2017-05-03
Tag 01
"The Renaissance Dam project represents a source of development for the millions of Ethiopia's citizens through producing green and sustainable energy, but for their brothers living on the banks of that very Nile in Egypt, and who approximately equal them in numbers, it represents a source of concern and worry," he said.
An art studio with no brushes or paint. Mbongeni Buthelezi uses strips of plastic melted and glued to the canvas for his portraits. When the South African studied art he couldn’t afford to buy expensive materials. So he found an alternative and now produces this unique kind of art. He collects plastic bags from the streets around his Johannesburg studio and has turned recycling into an art form.