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Man Without Hands Creates The Most Awesome Miniature Tricycles Ever





Some people are born with a complete set of limbs, yet some of them can be ungrateful. On the other hand, there are those who are not handed the same fate but still manage to do amazing things, just like this man from Dumaguete City, Philippines.

A man without hands wowed the online community when Filipino photographer Denniz Futalan took pictures of his creations. The photos were shared by Top Gear Philippines, a community of car enthusiasts.

Anyone will be easily impressed once they find out about the man who creates these masterpieces.

You’ll see how detailed these handcrafted items are.




And you’ll never guess who makes them.


You might think that these small items were made from a machine or someone gifted with meticulous hands, but they weren’t.

This man here is behind all these beautiful creations.



He doesn’t have hands or fingers to work the magic on those miniature tricycle models, but he was able to do it.
According to Futalan, the craftsman learned how to make the tiny tricycles from the owner of a digital electronic service shop in the area.



These small scale models of tricycles or “pediboxes,” as how Futalan likes to call it, are so small it can sit on the palm of your hand. Some are even made to be so tiny it only measures one square inch.

So I wouldn’t be surprised if these small scale models would cost about $10 a piece for the tiny ones or about $40 for bigger models because we can see pure hard work and artistry here. If you fancy miniature models of various things, then this should make for an amazing collection.

You can even order one that’s customized according to your preference or check them out at the corner of San Jose and Maria Cristina Streets in Dumaguete city.

H/T: Top Gear Philippines

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