Meet The Youthful Craftsmen Who Are Subtly Decorating Delhi!

Part four of the “Faceless Stories”, “Live Thee Art” has giant street drawings speak volumes about diverse cultures and multifaceted artists. The video shows these young writers of graffiti taking over the streets and painting them in colors of love and harmony,carving out new identities, writing in a language that overcomes the barriers of countries and age, nationalities and language.

The video has young artists giving a voice to the painted buildings and street corners. They narrate their experiences of how bringing the art of painting into the public arena has been an overwhelming moment for them. Not just it lets them get over their phobias but it also helps them in communicating with people and Street Art has now become a means of reclaiming spaces and an allegory to freedom. It is an open gallery, a museum with no roof by way of which these young graffiti writers are breaking the glass ceiling.

As the voice over suggests, “the stage is set”, go ahead and Enjoy!

Have you been to a few places in Delhi like Khirki extension, Hauz Khas village, Shahpur Jat, Lodhi Colony, Inland Container Depot (ICD, Okhla) etc and noticed some extremely mesmerising artwork painted on walls of the locality and wondered who these creators are?
These specific locations in Delhi were officially marked by the Ministry of Urban Development and Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) in association with St+art India, to be beautified with a modern innovative approach. These giant street drawings speak volumes about diverse cultures and multifaceted artists. They depict these young ‘writers of graffiti’ by taking over the streets and painting them in colours of love and harmony, carving out new identities, writing in a language that overcomes the barriers of countries and age, nationalities and language.

In this video by Paper Weight Entertainment, young artists give a voice to the crafted buildings and decked-up street corners. They narrate their experiences of bringing the art of painting into the public arena and how that has been an overwhelming moment for them.This has not just been about communicating their art to people but street art has also become a means of reclaiming spaces and an allegory to freedom. It is an open gallery, a museum with no roof – by way of which these young graffiti writers are breaking the glass ceiling.

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