Indonesian man carves washed up coconuts and driftwood into amazing crafts


A man from west Indonesia named Afrizal carves up coconut and wood waste from the sea into unique and valuable works, as seen in this amazing video from April 24.

The man, Afrizal, is a resident of Padang in West Sumatra and creates works like replica wall hangings of people's and animals' faces out of washed up coconuts and driftwood.

Afrizal's desire to deal with waste on the coast has led to his his works selling for hundreds of thousands of Indonesian rupees. Some works have even sold for millions of rupees internationally to European and Middle East markets.

Afrizal has a craft counter located at Jalan Dobi, Padang City which he has been operating for three years.