These Karachiites Turned Old Cable Reels Into Art And The Results Are MAGNIFICENT

By MangoBaaz Studio | 18 Dec, 2017

Pakistan is a country full of talent, culture, AMAZING food and  art. Home to some of the most talented artists in the world, it’s no surprise that these Pakistanis found beauty in one of the most unlikely places. This is exceptionally great because of the daily reminder about how we are surrounded by incredible people.

These Karachiites have decided to turn old wooden reels into pieces of art…

Source: @Fayalif Via: Twitter


…and the results are ‘reel-y’ stunning.

How dreamy is this, btw?

Source: @Fayalif Via: Twitter


If you’ve been on social media lately, you’ve probably spotted the hashtag, #ReelOnHai.

Artists all over the country have been showcasing stunning displays and we have been completely reeled in.

Pakistan Cables in collaboration with Karachi Biennale Trust for the public outreach kickstarted this project.


Showcasing the beauty of our country and decorating our streets with the same color that fills all of us. 

Source: @meemalif Via: Twitter

Not bad, right?


No one could mistake these stunning displays for a common reel.

Source: @sidrare Via: Twitter


How great are these?

Source: @sidrare Via: Twitter

Shoutout to all of you cricket fans ~

Uff, absolutely beautiful.


Pakistan Cables has also compiled and published a book holding imagery and details of these displays currently at multiple locations across Karachi.

And people absolutely love it:


Download the book on Pakistan Cable’s website and get ready for some inspiration ~


Spotted the hashtag? Don’t you love all this art? SAME. Let us know what you think in the comments below!

This post has been sponsored by Pakistan Cables.

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