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Minirzeźby z opakowań po Ferrero Rocher (14)

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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Ciro Wai with daughter Tami Wai Where: Hong Kong When: 21 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Mythical creatures Where: Hong Kong When: 16 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Alien and Facehugger from the Alien films Where: Hong Kong When: 15 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Dragons Where: Hong Kong When: 15 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Dinosaur Where: Hong Kong When: 13 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Statue of Liberty Where: Hong Kong When: 13 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Scorpion Where: Hong Kong When: 13 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Lion Where: Hong Kong When: 13 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Animals Where: Hong Kong When: 12 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Pikachu from Pok??mon Where: Hong Kong When: 12 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Bull Where: Hong Kong When: 12 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Dragon Where: Hong Kong When: 12 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Rabbit Where: Hong Kong When: 12 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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"Monsieur, with this Rocher you are really spoiling us..." These amazing sculptures are made from Ferrero Rocher chocolate wrappers. Artist Ciro Wai fashions the Italian treat's distinctive golden foil into amazing shapes. The Hong Kong creative started by making a dinosaur for his five-year-old daughter Tami Wai. Now Ciro, 35, has a gallery of mini masterpieces including figures of Pokemon, animals, Chinese zodiac symbols, dragons and even a small Statue of Liberty. He explains: "One day, I ate some F rrero chocolate with my daughter. She always asks me to did some tiny hand-made art work or drawing, like character or animals with Blu Tack or paper origami. "She passed me the Ferrero golden packing foil and asked me to make her a dinosaur. It was then I started the first Ferrero art work. "I also loves a Japanese animation called "Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac" about warriors who wear armour derived from the various constellations, so I thouhgt that it is possible to made my own collection of it. "I usually made them with only my fingers and sometime with toothpicks and pliers. It takes around half an hour to complete a simple work; may took 2-3 hours for detailed work. "Some times I use more then one foil for bigger items, but I have a rule: works should only made by Ferrero foil or packing, and the size normally can put on the ferrero base." Featuring: Dolphins Where: Hong Kong When: 05 Jan 2019 Credit: Ciro Wai/Cover Images **Editorial use only**
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