Japanese Artist Makoto Endo Creates Motorcycle Paintings Using Chopsticks

Japanese Artist Makoto Endo Creates Motorcycle Paintings Using ChopsticksImage via YouTube

Using chopsticks correctly is an art in itself (one that we have trouble with), so the fact that Makoto Endo can create such awesome paintings with them impresses us even more. The Japanese artist has done an entire series of ink paintings devoted to great bikes including the 2004 Ducati Monster S4R, 2003 Harley Davidson SportSter, 2011 MVAgusta F3, 1971 Kawasaki 750SS H2, and the list goes on. When it's not being used for eating, chopsticks are basically just...sticks right? So try to paint with a stick and let us know how that works out for you, but in the meantime you should watch Endo at work in the video below.

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