Interesni Kazki New Murals In Varkala, India

AEC from Interesni Kazki is still in India where he just finished these new pieces on the streets of Varkala, a coastal town and municipality in Thiruvananthapuram district situated in the Indian state of Kerala.As usual with the Ukranian duo, they delivers a beautiful series of pieces directly inspired by the Indian culture.Stay tuned for

Herakut New Mural In Kathmandu, Nepal

After Melbourne, Australia last week (Covered), Herakut are now in Nepal where they just completed this new piece on the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal.With this tenth mural for their Giant Storybook Project, Jay declares “Ma Bhinna Chu” (“I am different”) and Lily adds her tiny “Ma Pani” (“Me, too”) in Nepali.If you wanna see this

Interesni Kazki New Mural In Varkala, India

After a first piece in Kochi earlier this month (covered), Waone from Interesni Kazki is still in India where he just completed this new mural on the streets of Varkala.As usual with the Ukrainian artist, this piece is yet another beautiful surreal scene depicting what could perhaps be Vishvamitra sitting on a luxurious tiger-skin rug…Stay tuned for

Interesni Kazki New Mural In Kochi, India

While we last heard from them in Ukraine last November (covered), Interesni Kazki are now in South Asia where they recently completed this mural on the streets of Kochi, a major port city on the west coast of India.As usual with the Ukrainian duo, the end product is a superb and colourful new piece inspired

M-City New Mural In Mumbai, India

M-City is currently in India where he just finished this massive new mural on the streets of Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay.As usual with the Polish artist and his distinct machinery looking aesthetic, this new mural contains a great amount of detail, patterns, and strong line work.Check back with us soon for more by M-City…

Interesni Kazki New Murals In Varkala, India

Ukrainian muralists and artists, Interesni Kazki seem to be just about everywhere lately.  After Art Basel Miami and their first U.S. show in Los Angeles late last year, Waone is now in India painting several walls with his surreal visions.