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Wicked Broz: Graffiti artists aim to revive cult art and upcycling in India Art / Artists / Painting

In the past, graffiti was associated with public vandalism and disrespect. But today, graffiti artists are being recognized for their creative talent to add life to dull street walls. Nowadays, even some companies like advertising agencies commission graffitists to design art for public spaces or selling their products with an artistic viewpoint. With the aim to revive cult art and upcycling in India, a group...

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Street Art: Delhi’s Lodhi art district boasts artworks of a Brazilian duo Art / Artists / Painting

You may be already familiar with Delhi’s Lodhi art district, where streets are turned into unique canvases for graffiti artists. What started as an underground graffiti culture in India a few years back has evolved into an influential street art movement. Recently, a Brazilian duo collaborated with St+Art India Foundation to transform the walls of India’s first open air art district.


Aravani Art Project gives voice to transgender community through street art Art / Offbeat / Painting

Bengaluru-based artist Poornima Sukumar has initiated one-of-a-kind Aravani Art Project, which aims to give voice to the transgender community through street art. Nothing but art is a wonderful medium that not only helps people to express their thoughts freely, but also is a way to break all the barriers and bring different communities together.


Wall Art: Madhubani-style paintings adorn the walls of Mandoli Jail Art / Painting

Recently, the authorities at Mandoli Jail in east Delhi provided prisoners an opportunity to show their creative side. In collaboration with Delhi Street Art team, the jail inmates turned the dull walls of the prison into artworks boasting Madhubani-style paintings. With colourful murals and graffiti on the walls, the jail now looks more like an art gallery.


St+Art India foundation gives Delhi streets a ravishing makeover Art / Featured

Delhi or better known as ‘Dil walo ki Dilli’ is a city that welcomes you with its open arms. The diversity of this city can easily be seen from street foods to multi-cuisine restaurants, from traditional dwellings of Chandni Chowk to modern skyline near Connaught Place, from the comfort of metro trains to long queues at ATMs.