An artist transforms balls of dirt into beautiful, shiny spheres like none you’ve seen.

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An artist transforms balls of dirt into beautiful, shiny spheres like none you’ve seen.

Artist Bruce Gardner is a master of a Japanese artform called, “hikaru dorodango,” which literally translate to “shiny dumpling.”

By taking handfuls of mud, slowly shaping and drying layers of dirt atop it, and then polishing it with a cloth, Bruce is able to create beautiful and perfect spheres at 1:17…






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