Kasaro preserves memories with life-sized castings

Kasaro said his prices begin from P1,000 going upwards PIC: KENNEDY MOKONE
Kasaro said his prices begin from P1,000 going upwards PIC: KENNEDY MOKONE

He makes beautiful castings, and ensures that they are more unique when people celebrate a special occasion.

A 22-year-old man from Majwaneng is just about the person to link up with for baby foot casting, hand casting and group event casting.  Occasions don’t last long, and it’s most people’s dream to capture that precious moment for future recall. The man behind the 3D life sized impressions, Taonga Kasaro told Arts & Culture this week that he decided to venture into this business because his customers are parents of newly-born babies and couples.

“There is a skin safe gel that we use. We mix it with water and then put an object inside for about 5-10 minutes. After it sets we remove it, mix stone and pour stone inside. After 30 to 40 minutes it dries up and then reveals the sculpture,” he revealed. He was quick to say that the gel that he uses captures skin details down to the fingerprint.  Kasaro also highlighted that his main aim with the 3D casting is to create memories, no wonder he is so much focused on babies and couples. “

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