FEATURE: Graffiti wall in Thailand become the longest landmark in the northeast

BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) - The graffiti artist answered the call and joined forces to create the “K Battle Thailand Present” work, which stretches for 49 metres and is the longest graffiti work in the northeast region of Thailand.

Nakhon Ratchasima’s Culture Office has invited more than 30 graffiti artists to create works on the theme ”Korat: the art city” after the government named Chiang Rai, Krabi, and Nakhon Ratchasima or Korat as it is colloquially known, as pilot cities for arts. The city has also been selected to host the 2nd Thailand Biennale, a biannual international contemporary art exhibition.

Local residents are working alongside government officials and the private sector to plan future art events and city development that will see it truly become an art city.

The graffiti artist answered the call and joined forces to create the “K Battle Thailand Present” work last Friday (November 8), which stretches for 49 metres and is the longest graffiti work in the northeast region of Thailand.

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