“Usual Unusual” by Do & Khatra in Hyderabad, India

Do and Khatra recently finished this brand new collaboration for the St+Art Festival which took place on the streets of Hyderabad in India. The Indian Street Art duo quickly worked their way through this super fun piece which shows an elder man about to brush his only teeth. The piece is painted using pastel colors

“Background subtraction” by Daan Botlek in Bangalore, India

Helped by the local art students, Daan Botlek recently finished this massive intervention on the Palace Road in Bangalore, India. Invited by the St+art India project, the artist and his team of helpers spent couple of day tackling this beast of a wall and turning it into a playful image. Dutch artist that has been known for taking an

St+Art India: “Time changes everything” by DAKU in New Delhi

This typographic piece by DAKU for St+Art India ingeniously visualises the concept of time by playing with letters and shadows. The oldest forms of measuring time were sundials used by the Egyptians as early as 1500 BC, and this piece takes that concept to a whole new level. By mounting several words on the wall

St+art India: Interview with Festival Curator Giulia Ambrogi

St+art Festival is a collaborative platform for street artists working on the idea of ‘Art for Everyone’ with the primary objective of making art accessible for wider audiences while having a positive impact on society. The two month long urban arts festival has changed the visual landscape of the city with art interventions in public

St+Art India: “The Tourist” by Avinash & Kamesh in New Delhi

We continue our ongoing coverage of the excellent St+Art India festival with a brand new piece from Avinash and Kamesh in the district of Lodhi Colony, New Delhi. The inspiration for this wall comes from the social media and smart phone revolution. While working in Lodhi colony, Avinash and Kamesh observed how a lot of

St+Art India: Reko Rennie in New Delhi

Reko Rennie is an Australian artist who explores his Aboriginal identity through contemporary mediums. Rennie’s art incorporates his association to the Kamilaroi people, using traditional geometric patterning that represents his community. Through his art, Rennie provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments. Reko was invited by the good people from St+Art India

St+Art India: “We Love Delhi” by Lek & Sowat and Hanif Kureshi in New Delhi

This wall in Lodhi represents a collaboration between French artists Lek & Sowat and Indian artist Hanif Kureshi who runs Hand Painted Type. From before they landed in India, Lek & Sowat were intrigued by the idea of collaborating with Indian hand-painters and wanted to use a lot of colour in their work. Post discussions with Hanif,

St+Art India: “There Is Nowhere To Go But Everywhere” by ECB in New Delhi

Known for making monochromatic murals depicting anonymous personalities around the world, Germany based artist ecb Hendrik beikirch’s latest mural was recently completed in New Delhi for the excellent St+Art India event. Upon seeing his site which is an extremely industrial setting of a now defunct cement factory – next to one of the largest landfills