On Me : Forever 21 Top and Denim Jacket, Incense Skirt, Thrift Shoes, Forever 21 Sunglasses and Accessorise Bag.
On Avi : Jack & Jones T-Shirt, Forever 21 Sweatpants, Puma Jacket, Fila Shoes and Aldo Sunglasses.
Finally, I could finish this post before the ST+ART Festival, the street art festival, is over. The moment we saw the post about this amazing exhibition on Instagram, we could not wait to witness it with our own eyes. It’s truly fantastic that something like this is finally happening in India. And street art gets some recognition here in our land.
Street art has always intrigued me. But we don’t see it too much here. There our some spots in Delhi, which are famous for it’s graffiti wall, like the Hauz Khas Village graffiti wall. But it’s very limited. It’s quite amazing that ST+ART India is working with various artist from India and around the world to promote the idea of “Art for Everyone” and making the city beautiful, One wall at a time!
It’s pretty spectacular, how these artist work with such a huge canvas and come out with something that is truly beautiful. I mean, I can’t even make a straight line without erasing it a hundred times, and I am a design graduate! Anyways, place chosen for this festival is also very unusual, The Inland Container Dock. Unusual art at an unexpected space that is accessible to people from every part of society.
We will also make sure that we visit the Lodhi Art District, as various artist transform the Lodhi Colony into an open air art gallery that anybody can experience!
So, do make a point of visiting ST+ART Festival before 28th February, before these containers start transporting goods again and spreading these beautiful colours all over India.
Location : ICD (Inland Container Depot) – Tughlakabad, Okhla.