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Monday, August 24, 2020

Artworks Using Banana Catsup

Creativity has no boundary and this was proven by Vincent Dwight Paulo, a Grade 12 student from Nueva Ecija. Instead of pencils or paint, this creative lad uses banana catsup to draw famous personalities while staying at home during community quarantine.


He first dabbled into catsup art in 2018 but it was only this year during the community quarantine when he was really able to home this unique art skill. "I really engaged myself in doing catsup art since school and art supplies shops were closed," said Vincent. "I was running out of materials, so I used catsup instead." It was just a hobby for Vincent, he didn't realize that it will become a popular.

His catsup art portraits include Liza Soberano, Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla, Taylor Swift, and One Direction.

"I really loved catsup because it is readily available inside the house," said Vincent. "I really love exploring and trying other mediums just to try something new. I don't like to stick to the conventional and typical artworks that we see."

Vincent primarily uses UFC Banana Catsup as it is the family's favorite catsup brand at home. "It's always what's in our kitchen, and we really like fried foods dipped in UFC Banana Catsup because of its tamis-anghang taste," he shared. "I don't want to try other brands for my art because I'm already used to UFC."

While Vincent has a lot of admirers online with his amazing catsup art, his plans are a little more different, as he dreams of taking up architecture in college. He realizes that such course could be expensive, hindering others from pursuing their passion, but with his work he wants to inspire fellow artists and creatives to be resourceful.

"Being more creative and resourceful really is my objective. Painting does not stop if you don't have art materials," he continued. "Alternative materials are everywhere; you just have to explore. If you could think of some other materials than those usually used in making art, that would be great."

As a token of recognition for Vincent's astounding creativity and resourcefulness, NutriAsia sent him and his family more of their products for their use-- whether it's for their food or for more of Vincent's art.

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