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Have you noticed that the street walls of Delhi are turning colourful and artsy? They have been covered in colours and graffiti artwork in a very eye-pleasing manner. In a country like India, where almost every wall is spoiled with posters and advertisements it became very important to take this appealing step. A huge array of colours is splashed on ugly walls in a creative way to get a graceful look.
Many walls have been painted with unique themes and styles by random designers. From walls beside slum areas to walls beside bustling roads of the city, many have been painted in an alluring way. Recently, the Delhi Street Art revamped the look of Raghubir Nagar slum area. The village now has fancy, artsy and hued walls full of vivid colours. The Raghubir Nagar Basti is located near the Tagore Garden area in Delhi. The basti comprises of people who earn their daily survival wages based on utensils or garments sale. These down to earth hearts felt overwhelmed when the Delhi Street Art gave their area a new and picturesque look. A team of innovative people who have a thing for art in them came together and lead to this.
Delhi Street Art is a wonderful activity initiated and directed by Yogesh Saini who gets together all the people with one common passion of art no matter what their profession is. These amazing creators include a mix of people who are not just designers or architects or photographers by profession but many of them are doctors or engineers and etc. So, this makes it clear that anyone having the same interest for colours can easily join the team. Meet and express your inner-hidden talent by joining a team of over 150 artists. The soul concept behind initiating this is to promote the public passion for art. It not only gives a place to people for expressing their talent but also increases the heritage and culture of the country which is a splendid deed. Yogesh Saini feels that making India aesthetic is now in the hands of citizens itself. He has a desire to make the country he is born in a neat and charming place. Join this creative person if you have a similar craze and interest for hued art in you. Recently he had worked with the Vogue-Condé Nast Traveller magazine to express his love for travel and nature. Although he is an engineer by profession yet he has this thing for crayons and paints in his heart which lead to the creation of Delhi Street Art. Recent artworks include painting near and around Lodi Garden, Shankar Market, Nehru Place and Janak Puri. Not to forget, the latest and most striking one is the new look given to the Raghubir Nagar gaon.
Stroll around the streets of Delhi to witness the magnificent artwork.
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