Artist Travels The World And Uses Paper Cups As His Canvas To Reflect What He Sees

Ever wanted a creative way to keep track of places you’ve visited? Well, Turkish artist Berk Armagan has taken this idea to a whole new level by using disposable cups. Usually, he chooses either spots he visits or interesting objects and draws them on cups to create photographic compositions.

Berk told Bored Panda: “I started drawing on cups with the idea of gaining financial income to travel the world. I have traveled to 25 countries and 60+ cities when I realized this idea since October 2016. Although I do not have any education for drawing, I have seen so many places in the past few years and reached many people.”

“I share what I’ve learned, my experiences, and my art while traveling with the people who follow me. Thanks to them, I’ve been able to collaborate with brands such as Ford Turkey, TikTok, Starbucks and others.”

More: Instagram, Facebook h/t: boredpanda

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