A Mexico resident has officially translated his or her love for the Louis Vuitton brand into a home sweet home. It looks like toting around the carriers and wearing branded temporary tattoos wasn’t enough — so why not live in the love?
An anonymous photo submission to Hazme El Chingado Favor show several shots of a Mexicali, Mexico house adorned in the LV monogram design. According to a translation of the article, these detailed photos were stolen from a Facebook profile. It turns out that anyone passing through the neighborhood can take snapshots of paint job if they want, revealing just how proud the homeowner is of his recent renovation.
And while the battle of brand loyalty returns again, we can’t be certain that there’s any more Louis Vuitton inside than what’s painted outside. In fact, we know that this job is not be Marc Jacobs certified due to the poor craftsmanship of the paint job. Does the LV logo disappear into the seams of an authentic LV product? Absolutely not! The painter should have done some careful calculations on the design before he splattered it all over su casa.