When I did a large mural for a pho restaurant back in 2014, there wasn’t enough time to include everything I wanted to include in a mural like this. So this year I went back to work on it a little more, and the result is this 2015 version of Saigon Street Food Scene #1.
This mural’s got everything. It’s got street foods: phở, bánh mì, hủ tiếu, bánh cuốn, chè, bún thịt nướng, cháo, and more.
It’s got street vendors and hawkers, and it’s got customers enjoying food on plastic chairs on and off the pavement.
It’s got storefronts at street level and people’s residence above.
It’s also got people on mopeds and cyclos traffic going about their daily life, and it’s got extreme electrical cabling everywhere.
Finally, it’s got the typically narrow and multi-level tall architecture that are prevalent in Saigon, with lots of rooftop clotheslines and sky antennas too.
Check out the details in the panels at right.
Saigon Street Food Scene #1.
Vector illustration, sized for 36 feet long and 10 feet tall.
Check out the Saigon Street Food Scene #1 portfolio.