The Louis Vuitton headquarters in Paris is Metamorphosed
Colored walls have been set up in Paris to give joy…
Just a few days away from the deconfinement and if the exhibitions took place outdoors? This is what the Louis Vuitton headquarters in Paris offers, whose façade has been completely redesigned by the French artist Luckylefthand. The building is entirely covered by a 280m2 long fresco consisting of 14 colorful and playful paintings that spread a positive message. A project that also pays homage to Gaston-Louis Vuitton who, in the 1920s, declared: "Let's transform the street into a cheerful place". Well said, well done.
"With this mural, I wanted to offer Parisians a colorful stroll along its 14 windows, like a holiday day in the summer, while symbolizing at best this transitional period we are going through. The hands separated by one and a half metres are a wink to what we are experiencing at the moment. With this fresco, created with bright, saturated colors, and in particular these large curved lines forming rainbows, I hope I have succeeded in spreading the positive energy that we all need at this time," explains the artist Lucklefthand.