Chinese artist in Guangzhou covers dingy walls with flowers made of felt


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Luo has installed 18 'flower patch' pieces to cover broken corners and shabby walls in the suburbs near his school. Photo: South China Morning Post

A Chinese art student has taken it upon himself to decorate the southern megacity Guangzhou with “flower patches” made out of felt, which has been praised as “bringing warmth and healing to the public”.

Luo Shengtian, a fifth-year student at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in Guangdong province, has installed 18 pieces to cover broken corners and shabby walls in the suburbs near his school.

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