- Allow art to “breathe”, 25 national and international artists
- The St + art Festival provides a forum for street artists from India
- The work of Niels Shoe Meulman is highly inspired by New York street art
- The word ‘Banana’ which is repeatedly painted in bright and vibrant colors by Delhi sign artist
- WIP seems to be an excellent program that removes art from galleries
Allow art to “breathe”, 25 national and international artists participated in the WIP St + art Festival at the Inland Container Depot – the largest dry port in Asia – on the outskirts of the country’s capital, where they painted 100 containers to they built one great journey. –with the inclusion of different arts and styles.
The St + art Festival provides a forum for street artists from India and around the world. It focuses on the idea of ’Art for everyone with the ultimate goal of having a positive impact on the community and reaching a wider audience.
Here is a brief collection of selected works of art: Hospitality is a larger space for life, created by two Swiss couples, who call themselves Never Crew, who quickly send guests into space. Inside, graffiti takes on a variety of forms.
A calligrapher artist and Dutch artist, the work of Niels Shoe Meulman is highly inspired by New York street art. Being one of the elders among the artists participating in the WIP, a remarkable sense of maturity reflects his art. The strong, “beautiful” words painted on the “dirty” background represent the world we live in and the chaotic life we live. The Shoe also provides a special wall for the names of guests, who visit the site on Day 1 of the festival.
Amitabh Kumar, who often works in monochrome lines, a large headless animal, ready to fall; taking his inspiration from the garbage dump (garbage dump) near the place, which has reached its climax and threatens to collapse any day.
The inside of the container contains the word ‘Banana’ which is repeatedly painted in bright and vibrant colors by Delhi sign artist Shabbu Painter, representing the fruit transport between cities; a living drawing of an old Indian hipster; a picture of a little boy with an amazingly depicted face, a child painting change, and a woman with a poker face are some of the most glamorous full-blown pictures.
The installation is part of a two-month urban art festival that aims to transform the city artfully into public spaces (such as the prominent Lodhi Colony) through spirits such as murals, inserts, concerts, workshops, interviews, and experiments.
WIP seems to be an excellent program that removes art from galleries and brings it back to the streets, making it accessible to everyone rather than large audiences. At the same time, it demonstrates the flexibility and power of street art, which is not limited to the size of a portable canvas or a few words written on the wall.