Lorenzo Milito is a talented artist and illustrator. In an Amsterdam canal house in the heart of the city, he painted this 27-square-meter mural hiding in the ceiling of a 17th-century canal house where he spent most of his time during the pandemic.
In the Golden Age of Dutch porcelain decoration, the Delft Blauw style was frequently used to decorate Dutch porcelain. An immersive visual experience is offered by the mural depicting the lives of Amsterdam’s most popular neighbourhoods. Lorenzo was given total freedom to create something unique in their beautiful mansion by Wesley and Vivian, two friendly Amsterdam locals.
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#1 The 5-meter-long corridor walks the viewer into a journey inside the artwork itself
#2 The mural is painted in the hallway of a beautiful private house facing the water in the Singel Canal of Amsterdam
#3 View of the right side wall entering from the front door. The bridge on the right side of the picture is a bridge on the river Amstel.
Wesley is the name of the owner of the house