After a wildly successful Mumbai leg, India’s largest Street Art Festival makes it’s way back to Delhi 


All over last November, almost every nook and corner of Mumbai was transformed into a giant piece of canvas in an effort to change the way we perceive art as a whole. St+art is a joint-venture between International and Indian street artists on the common grounds of the streets taking over massive walls in Delhi and their aim is to convert the urban environment into a permanent walking art gallery.


More than anything, St+art is about providing a platform for street artists from everywhere to come and participate and be a part of the Indian movement, by transforming the dreary and lacklustre buildings and streets into vibrant spaces. The festival is being supported by Asian Paints and their unlimited supply of paint, perfect for a event like this to sustain for the next one month. The elite list of artists participating in the second Delhi edition include Axel Void, Lady Aiko, Ranjit Dahiya, Martin Whatson and many other fine names. Know more about it HERE.


The festival kicks off tomorrow, January 20th, and will run until February 20th. So watch out for these magnificent pieces all across the capital. For regular updates about St+art, stay tuned to the Sherp and keep tabs with their official Facebook fan page HERE.

(All Images Courtesy: St+art India Facebook)