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Estudyante, Kumikita ng Extra Income Galing sa Basura

Do yoy believe that there’s money in trash? People who work or own junk shops think so and so does creative artists who make art with them so they can become sellable.

Just like Sebastian Cacho he turns old cardboard boxes into cash. On his Facebook page he shares his amazing artworks. With the old cardboard boxes he makes robots, insects like praying mantis, and a centipede with very complex details.

In an interview at Umagang Kay Ganda, he said that he likes collecting robots so he decided to create his own. He started making them when he was just 13. He shared that it takes about 4 hours to make one.

He disclosed that he gets his inspiration from TV, movies and comics that he enjoys watching or reading.

 

He also shared that he also like being productive during his leisure time with his cardboard art. He’s also encouraging others to reuse and recycle whenever they can.

 

“Maganda po itong libangan ng mga teenager tulad ko dahil imbes na magco-computer ka lang, sasayangin mo oras mo, ito na lang po magandang libangan,“ Sebastian said.

On his Facebook page, he shared his many customers who bought and got impressed with his works.

Ond customer commended the young artist, saying, “ Salamat rin, Baste. Your inborn talent and hard work will get you far in life. Use them wisely, stay inspired and remember to always dream big! Truly proud to have your work.”

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