Creativity through MishMash

Have you guys heard of Cintascotch? Well, in English class recently, my teacher brought up what he does and showed us some of his arts for mishmash. Cintascotch takes the most common and ordinary things we have and transforms them into works of art. It sparks a whole lot of imagination and creativity because there’s no limit to what we can do. In my recent post, I took inspiration from Cintascotch. I used coins as balloons for a simple UP drawing and chocolate chips as raindrops for the other picture. Not only are Cintascotch’s art amazing, he shows people to think outside the box and look at things in a different perspective. By looking at things in another way, you can create something awesome from just the things around you. Here are some of his arts using Oreo cookies, fruits, candies, and etc.~

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The Mystery in Unknowns

“There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things we now know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. These are the things we do not know we don’t know.” -Donald Rumsfeld

The unknown unknowns are like surprises and mysteries. It is unexpected. We never know what it will be or what to make of it. It’s like cutting into a cake, only to find something totally unexpected in it. I mean, who would’ve thought that there would be a bunch of candies inside this cake?

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