Key Visual & Produced
We have always been wondering, since when Tet has been around?
Tet starts when you wake up in the morning and feel the air suddenly becomes cooler than usual. It’s when everyone starts painting their house gates or picking up golden apricot blossom leaves. Tet starts when we excitedly ask each other whether we have booked train tickets, bus tickets coming home.
Those overlooked moments of “seen Tet” were captured by Comma through rustic pencil strokes, which were also the first images in the Tet special gift that Comma wants to send to everyone. It describes the feeling of being lightheaded when sending the Kitchen God off back to heaven, and the feeling of being agitated when looking at the bustling, vibrant streets on the train or bus platform.