14 May 2009
Reuse, Nunnery Style
Like little pieces of art welded on to the standard nipple-like covers.
This mamang sorbetero at Assumption Antipolo convent and school area uses attached broken bell pieces as handles for the ice cream compartments of his roving "dirty ice cream" cart.
To lure children to his cart, he uses a tiny altar bell instead of those classroom bells.
Labels: philippines. metro manila
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