- Date:August, 2016
To the uninitiated, it appears to be just another overcrowded New Delhi neighbourhood: narrow streets clogged with pedestrians and vegetable carts, tangles of low-slung cables dangling overhead and tightly packed concrete housing.
But glance upwards and you are greeted by the sight of a crouching figure painted on a 10-foot wall. Next door is an enormous scuba diver who appears to be half-robot, half-insect.
These are just two of the 30 murals in New Delhi’s artsy neighbourhood of Shahpur Jat, one of many places where street art is popping up, thanks to the capital’s first street art festival – St. Art Delhi.