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We’re living pretty unusual, unprecedented times, and it may be scary or triggering for many. But Louis Vuitton wants to cheer you up and contribute in one way or another to bringing good vibes back. That’s why they’ve asked French artist Luckylefthand to work on a bright, happy and colourful series of mural paintings on the Maison’s central offices near Pont Neuf in Paris. The result? A beautiful ode to life, summer and happier days to come.

Composed of fourteen different mural paintings – in total, 280 m2 –, the massive commissioned work by Steven Burke aka Luckylefthand, a Hossegor-based artist who had been working as a graphic designer for more than ten years before switching Photoshop and Illustrator for spray cans and acrylic painting, features some of the most representative symbols of the artist’s oeuvre: a lot of curved lines, vivid colours, and hands – each of them separated by 1,5 m in allusion to the recommended security distance. “I wanted to create this mural painting to offer Parisians a colourful walk through the fourteen windows, which evoke summer holidays, while still representing the moment we’re currently in,” says the artist, and concludes by saying that he hopes his new work “will bring the positive energy we all need right now.”

David Valero

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