Artists : Ullas hydoor and Arjun Srinivas
This is one of the early and evergreen graffiti works in the city. Its still seen at St. Marks road just opposite to Koshy’s cafe. This was painted for a music video ‘understanding a paradox’. One of the most popular street art in Bangalore.
Artists : Anpu Varkey
Fragrance at Chickpet with the K R flower market in the backdrop. This is artwork is an expression of her experience with paint. This Magical Delhi based artist, is one of the few female artists on the beat, her contribution to the wall of the city is exeptional.
Rock and roll
Artists: Arjun Raj, Charles Joz and Sreekumar
One well-off Presley fan pony up for this giant artwork inside his house. This painting was done by a team of Kalakarah artists. Commisioned for a bar lounge inside a bunglow in Bel road, this is the biggest interior artwork in city.
Ignorance – the blindness of soul
Artists: Jaaga and Geothe institute
This amazing detailed art work was done by a team of german artists teamed up with artists of Jaaga. German team nailed it with their proffessional blending skills and detailing. It has changed the total look of the dying wall. Hope they dont tear down this building anytime.
Working from the moon
Artists: Arjun Raj and Midhun
This minute detailed art work was done by a team Kalakrah wall artists. This was done for 8kpc office in Koramangala. The artwork was a part of transforming the office into space.
The artist – Marko is a french graffiti artist. He built this first light painting in bangalorewith gestures, colors and light. This artwork has its unique aesthetics and the enlightening sensitivity.
Artists : Guesswho Cochin
This graffiti artwork of a biker indian women on saree showing the gender stereotypes is gripping audiences on the city. Guess who is another favourite, an anonymous graffiti artist group since 2012 Fort cochin. The artists pasteups and stencils have been sited in Bangalore recently. witty, cool and thought provoking.
Artists: Ullas Hydoor
The artist – architect Ullas Hydoor changed the total look of the wall with an aim to capture womens struggle for freedom through this mural art.
Artists : Ullas hydoor
Remember is a tribute to Bangalore’s founder Kempegowda. ‘Remember’ Bendakaluru what it was once and what it has become now. How the legend brought together people who could contribute to the establishment of the city. This artwork inspires a young bangalorean aware of what he has and feel that he can contribute in anyway he can. A graffiti with a message of hope.
Artists : Bathroom painters
Co exist is a tribute to Goa Gil in Bangalore. Painted by the bangalore based graffiti artists group Bathroom painters.