They Stacked 66,000 Cups of Water. What They Create Is Breathtaking
Long ago, I read somewhere that human brain is divided into 2 parts. Left side is logical and right side is creative. And not everyone in this world is blessed with unlimited creativity. Basically, in this post, we are going to talk about creativity using this brilliant real life artistic example of 66,000 cups.
I know all of you are dying to know about this artistic thing. Art can come in many forms. In this case, art comes as 66,000 cups of colored water. While it seems to make no sense at first that a whole team of artists are carefully laying out thousands of cups of water, what artist Belo creates by the end of the process will take your breath away. To see what he does with these cups, check out the video on the next page...
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This video is amazing. In the start, you see several artists working with different cups. They stacked so many cups. It kind of starts holding your interest when you reach to a bit where the image slowly starts getting unfolded. And once it is completely unfolded, you'll be shocked to see the creativity in it.
The amount of effort these artists have put in is commendable. To know what happens in the end, check out the video here and let us know about the most creative stuff you've ever done in your life in the comments section below.
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