My Project

My Project


IN 2012 he started work on his projects. In 2012 he made a TITANIC-SHIP with the help of ice –cream sticks, chart paper and glue. He used 8000 ice cream sticks for his titanic ship. 21 March 2012 he started work on ship and 31 March 2013 he completed his work on titanic project. The length of titanic ship was 6 ft and height was 3 ft. he made his titanic ship on his home.

2) Flyover:

IN June 2013 he started work on his new project flyover model with ice cream sticks. In this time he used a large number of Ice-cream sticks.MR Vivek Kumar constructed a miniature flyover made out of Popsicle sticks. The flyover measures 140 feet long. It took him nine days to create the entire flyover and he used a total of 35,000 sticks and 150 chart papers, Sticks, glue etc. The height of the flyover was 1 ft. He made this flyover between 2 June, 2013 to 10 June 2013. He gave new concept on his flyover. In the middle of the flyover he had conceptualized a square area wherein BUILDINGS, SHOPPING COMPLEX etc can be erected.

3) Bridge

After these two projects he again started his new project on bridge. Vivek Kumar created a 12 m long, 30 inch wide and 1ft high bridge model named ‘Sanvik Transparent Bridge’ with the help of waste polythene and a total of 2,000 disposable glasses, between June 13, 2013 and June 15, 2013.


:- Vivek Kumar constructed a replica of the LEANING TOWER OF PISA using 2000 ice cream sticks. He used other materials including card boards, glue, and chart paper to complete the construction. The tower measures 2.5 meters in height .it took him six days to complete the entire replica.


Vivek Kumar constructed a replica ‘THE WORLD TRADE CENTER’ tower using 100000 staples. THE tower measure 0.75 meter in height. It took him two days to complete the entire replica. He worked on this structure for 10 hour every day from Dec 1 to 12, 2014.

6) Pyramid

Vivek Kumar, created a Pyramid by using 5,030 Disposable glasses, on March 17, 2014.The height of each disposable glass is 9.5 cm.

7) Eraser Titanic-Ship

Vivek Kumar made 2.13 m long, 0.87 m wide & 1.3 m high Titanic-Ship using 7,000 Erasers using glue, cardboard, wire and nails. Working 12 hour every day, he started 9.00 am on June 11 and completed it 8.00 pm on June 20, 2014.


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