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Artful masion in Hanoi with COVID-19-themed communication graffiti catches attention

12:36 | 12/06/2020

A mansion in Van Phu urban area, Ha Dong district, Hanoi, is drawing attraction thanks to its artful exterior. Communication graffiti cheering up the COVID-19 first responders and calling for adhesion to protective measures painted on the walls make the mansion a one-of-a-kind in the area. 

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The artwork carries a clear message through the slogan "Stay strong - Let's stay home", calling or everyone to join hands in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, which first emerged in Vietnam on January 23. The propaganda graffiti is reported by VOV to have completed within 30 days.

artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)

Simple animation painted in eye-catching colors makes it easier for people to feel and visualize the author's message. The outstanding appearance gives the mansion an animated vibe, forcing everyone to turn head as they passing by.

artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)

According to the owner of the mansion, the graffiti artwork is painted by artist Le Long. As the mansion has four floors in total, Long has to lift himself up on a crane to finish the whole mansion. The artist spent around 8-18 hours a day on 30 consecutive days to complete this meaningful work.

"Graffiti is not so common in Vietnam. I create this work in hope of changing people's perspective about Grafitti, that Graffiti is an art picture with content, clear message and made with dedication. Graffiti works are not just some scribbles you see on the street", Long told VOV.

artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
artful masion in hanoi with covid 19 themed communication graffiti catches attention
(Photo: VOV)
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