I show the mural painting of a cafe which I had designed. It was on a cafe in Phnom Penh, and a request was unique motives in Cambodia. I made illustrations of typical architectures and flowers one by one, and made a large mural painting.
The far right brown building is the Independence Monument. The white thing in the middle that looks fairly is the temple called Wat Phnon in Phnom Penh. And the horizontally long silhouette on the left is Angkor Wat and on the far left is the Preah Vihear Temple on the border with Thailand. And what is floating on the pink lotus flower is the Hindu celestial apsara. In addition, I drew Cambodian flowers such as hibiscus and plumeria.
The photograph was taken at the opening ceremony of the cafe, a Buddhist priest came and took charge of the ceremony.
I design this wallpaper with an illustrator. Although it was a mural painting design, I did not draw directly on the wall, but brought the designed to a print shop and printed it on an oversized sticker. Cambodia has many such print shops, making big advertisements in a town.
This is another design plan.