Art meets sustainability in San Cesareo (RM) with the creation of “Litahmi”, an eco-mural to protect the Cedar of Lebanon, a symbol of beauty and well-being for millennia, now at risk of extinction.
“Litahmi” – a name full of responsibility that in Arabic means “to protect” – is signed by the street artist Luogo Comune, in collaboration with Rosmunda, and was born on Tree Day with a very precise objective: to transmit a message of protection towards this ancient species of Cedar – already told and venerated in the poem of Gilgamesh and in the Bible – which today more than ever needs protection.
With a precise play of colors and through an interpretation of the meaning of the work, “Litahmi” will fit into the ecosystem of San Cesareo, creating a whole with the surrounding environment, to begin the protection of the millennial and very precious Cedar of Lebanon tree, from its Italian homeland, through art.
Luogo Comune and Rosmunda
San Cesareo (RM)
Find out more about this project here!