As was the case with the other murals produced in the Quartier Latin, the theme given to the artist Peru Dyer for this 800 square feet mural was “At the heart of cultural creation”. The artist’s creative source lies within his quest for the purity of a pristine world, represented by a utopian landscape, rich in resources. The lower section depicts a classic, naïve-style landscape while the clouds at the top are evoked using graffiti art applications. The mural was produced using mixed mediums, combining traditional and aerosol paints. This is the fourth mural produced by MU in the Latin Quarter.