Incredible Street Art: Young Artist From Yangon

Submitted by: Tearon 5 years ago in

It looks simple, but it"s magic for me...
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Female 1,515
@EthanCoker exactly what i was thinking.
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Male 52
I`m guessing somebody beat me to it, but this is seriously like if someone actually learned everything Bob Ross taught and made a living off it.
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Male 237
i am absolutely blown away that went from blotches to art in no time flat
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Male 187
Wow, and for only like 10$
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Male 11
OMFG who cares about the paint he`s using or what you consider art, he`s better at drawing than any of you will ever be, so stfu
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Male 532
@Carmium:"This is hardly art; it`s just formulaic pap."
Really? Then define art. So many Critics so few producing.
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Female 69
I don`t know who Bob Ross is (don`t worry, I`ll Google him) but it reminds me of Rolf Harris)
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Male 2,553
Around 2:28 is perfect. I`l love that in size huge and frame it to take almost an entire wall... ^^
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Male 17,512
My concern isn`t whether or not it`s like `Bob Ross`, but the paint he`s using. Burma, and other countries like China, are notorious for using lead based paints.

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Male 363
If my conversion is correct, you`d pay about $1.25 for one of these paintings... I want all of them, right now. I`ve been looking for new decoration for my room.
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Female 6,381
This is hardly art; it`s just formulaic pap. The references to Bob Ross are right on the money.
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Male 319
The content on IAB really does give me hope for the future of mankind. I <3 IAB.
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Male 554
Hell yeah, proud to be Burmese. I`m seriously gonna go find him and buy him out when i go back to Yangon next summer.
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Male 600
Yes, this is clearly Bob Ross incarnated. The kid is about the right age, eh?
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Male 5,194
Amazing!
In fifty years, when Antiques Road Show asks about the provenance, you point them to the YouTube video.
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Male 663
I wonder how you say "happy little trees" in Yangon.
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Male 29
Reminds me of a Bob Ross Painting.
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Male 1,216
All this in 6 minutes... To copy pictures with a pencil, it takes me a few days with 2 hours every day. Maybe it`s because it`s a pencil, maybe because I`m usually not as focused.

I wish I could be like him, but I rather focus on pencil. I will remember his techniques though.
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Male 500
It`s sad someone that talented is working on the side of a street.
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Male 1,084
so street art is just art done on the side of the street??
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Male 1,268
Going to have to agree with Tearon`s description.
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Male 1,216
All this in 6 minutes... To copy pictures with a pencil, it takes me a few days with 2 hours every day. Maybe it`s because it`s a pencil, maybe because I`m usually not as focused.

I wish I could be like him, but I rather focus on pencil. I will remember his techniques though.
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Male 2,690
Completely fascinating, I`d buy many of them.
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Male 701
meh
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Male 25,416
That was awesome.. just got boring watching for that long
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Male 535
Watching and learning.

I`ll be incorporating some of these techniques into my own works soon =D
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Male 33
I kept wanting the kid to just stop because it was so good. But he didn`t add too much. Very talented.
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Male 12,365
This guy reminds me of an artist in my home town who does pen and ink drawings in the street. Things often look deceptively simple when the person doing them is highly skilled.

[quote]thats awesome D: i want one[/quote]

K1000 is apparently about US$1.40. A bargain, if you ever decide to go to Yangon.
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Male 18
Reminds me of Bob Ross...
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Female 4
Wow. So awesome!
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Male 483
That was absolutely astounding.
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Male 4,746
Amazing.
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Male 5,080
Is magic also for me.
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Male 2,552
Pretty incredible.
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Male 3,745
thats awesome D: i want one
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Male 147
Link: Incredible Street Art: Young Artist From Yangon [Rate Link] - It looks simple, but it`s magic for me...
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