Artist Uses Magnifying Glass and the Sun to Create Stunning Artworks


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Jordan Mang-osan, an award-winning Filipino artist, has harnessed the sun’s power to create beautiful artwork. By using a magnifying glass, he focuses the sun’s rays into a super-hot point that he uses to burn beautiful drawings onto wooden boards.

Mang-osan draws upon the culture, history and environment of his native Cordilleras region and of the Igorot people, of whom he is a member.

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We’ve had a few people comment that these works weren’t really created using just a magnifying glass, so here’s the proof!

And don’t forget, if you’re looking for a piece of original art to hang on your walls, check out artFido HERE!


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