Artist Esther Mahlangu, 81, paints tribal art on car, photos show amazing work
– Photos of famous artist Mzansi Esther Mahlangu working on the body of a vehicle caused a lot of buzz on social media
– Many people have praised Esther online, marveling at her accomplished skills in Ndebele art
– Tweeps appreciated how focused Esther seemed to be in the shots documenting her meticulous features and her attention to the perfect geometry of the designs
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Mzansi artist Esther Mahlangu, 81, wowed people with her Ndebele artistry as photos of her doing what she’s good at went viral.
In the photos Esther can be seen painting a white Fiat and the result is something epic to see. Esther is known for Ndebele tribal art and has a following in South Africa and abroad after decades in the industry.
See his message below:
At the time of writing, the post has been liked 1,000 times with multiple comments. In brief News compiled some of the reactions below:
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“South Africans know the color.”
“Nice idea, interesting, brilliant.”
“Exotic !? Are you for real? For the record, decorating anything in an exceptional way is pretty amazing for anyone.”
“An incredible work of art from my grandmother.”
“This is so cool.”
@ hypee3 said:
“A queen that I stan.”
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Meanwhile, In brief News Earlier reported that an artistic woman with the handle @ceracerni surprised Twitter users with her painting skills by transforming an elevator to look like a yellow bus.
Using 3D painting, the lady transformed the entrance to an elevator in such a way that when a person walks in, it looks like they are getting on a bus. The lady said the photo was one of many projects she did for the SBC company after someone recommended it.
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@ceracerni has revealed that she will be sharing more photos of the amazing paintings she’s done in two months.
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