Lucia Pham and “The Five Teachings of Uncle Ho" project
There is no need for further introduction as every Vietnamese person knows about "The Five Teachings of Uncle Ho" since their school days. On the occasion of the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, I will take you back to childhood with the humorous and colorful illustration project of artist Lucia Pham! In the unique illustration style of the young artist, the "first devil, second ghost, third student" are portrayed as mischievous, lively, innocent, and approachable.
And if you want to immerse yourself in colorful animated frames with humorous childhood stories, check out the Behance page @luciapham of this young artist!
“Love The Nation, love The Compatriot
Study well, work well
Unite well, keep discipline well
Comply with hygienic regulations
Be humble, be truthful, be brave”.
Discover the beauty of traditional costumes through the "Vietnam Traditional Dress" project.
s the weather turns to fall, join me on a colorful journey to explore the world of Vietnamese traditional costumes! Introducing the latest project by the young artist baytrentroi, called "Vietnam Traditional Dress" or "Việt Phục".
With each of baytrentroi's works, we are "transported" back to ancient times to feel the gracefulness of Vietnamese women in each period. Immerse yourself in the era of "thousand-year-old costumes and hats" in Vietnam now!
Get ready to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with artist Mai Ngo's "Traditional Mid Autumn Festival In Vietnam" project!
Hang Ma Street is already lit up, but if you haven't prepared for the festival yet, don't worry! Let me inspire you with the "Traditional Mid Autumn Festival In Vietnam" project by artist Mai Ngo!
This project showcases Mid-Autumn Festival activities in Vietnam during the 1900s, drawing direct inspiration from anonymous French photographers' documentary photos and information from the Quai Branly Museum in France. With vivid drawings and meticulous research on every detail, the project has received positive feedback from viewers worldwide.
Let's travel back in time to the 1900s and enjoy the Mid-Autumn Festival together!
Some of the paintings can be found in the book "Chu Teu - Vietnamese traditional festival," published by Kim Dong Publishing House.