- A biker sporting a helmet made from a coconut husk has gone viral on social media due to his innovative and clever idea
- The biker's photos was taken by seasoned photographer Dennis Tan during the Kadayawan 2018 Festival in Davao City
- The photographer's post went viral immediately after he uploaded the said album on social media, reaching up to more than 1,900 views
When it comes to creativity, the human mind never ceases to amaze us with how great and innovative creations can come alive from simple, yet durable natural materials. A famous Davao photographer bore witness to this.
KAMI learned about a certain 'truly Pinoy' creation when Dennis Tan, a Davao city photographer famous for his stunning photo collection and archives online, took photos of a biker sporting a very peculiar helmet.
Perhaps due to durability and hardy characteristics, who knew that a coconut husk would have made a good biking helmet?
Because of this sight, he immediately went for photo shots of the biker proudly wearing a protective headgear made no less with 100% Filipino touch and skills.
The viral photos on social media took the Internet by storm. Indeed, the Kadayawan Festival is a true home to a wide array of Filipino craftsmanship, from costumes to dance numbers.
Using two red buckles attached on each side, the coconut husk was halved and the stronger side was perhaps utilized by the biker.
Netizens share the same wow reaction to Tan's pictures:
"Hahaha Specialized Bunot"
"Panalo Brother #onlyinthePH ❤️❤️❤️"
"How innovative and indigenous!"
"Creativeness is infinite.....and that's the humble coconut husk!"
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