YouTuber and artist ‘ZHC’ is best known for customizing luxury items with impressive artwork, which he then gifts to top internet personalities — and his latest project involved the Hype House’s most famous TikTok stars.
Coming fresh from giving a customized Tesla to Mr Beast, ZHC’s newest initiative saw him purchase ten bags from luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton, with the intention of customizing each one of them for a famous TikToker.
Such an ambitious project requires equally ambitious artwork, and ZHC didn’t disappoint, choosing a fantasy monster theme for the entire array of bags, wallets, and even a full-sized suitcase.
The artist emblazoned the suitcase with a massive red dragon, choosing a selection of smaller monsters, and even another dragon dripping in donut toppings, for the other pieces, which he took to the Hype House to distribute.
Needless to say, TikTok creators Avani Gregg and Thomas Petrou were left dumbfounded by the surprise gifts, with Gregg calling the artwork “insane” and “crazy.”
However, none lived up to Addison Rae’s reaction to her custom backpack, which ZHC painted with various fruits like watermelon, bananas, and coconuts.
The star openly screamed when unboxing her gift, comparing the item’s new look to that of a popular mobile game of old.
“Oh my god!” she cried. “It’s like Fruit Ninja! ...you’re so talented! Oh my gosh, I love it!”
Although they weren’t at the Hype House at the time, Rae facetimed fellow TikTokers Charli and Dixie D’Amelio to unbox their own bags, who had equally shocked reactions to seeing the customized creations.
“I absolutely love that!” Dixie said, her mouth open in surprise. “I’m so happy!”
Nothing beats LilHuddy's dragon-themed suitcase, though, who admitted that he would be using the bag quite often due to his hectic travel schedule.
ZHC’s mantra is “making the world a happier place by doing one nice thing for others at a time” — and he certainly lives up to this life mission, having brought smiles to internet celebrities and normal people alike throughout his illustrious YouTube career.