Delhi Street Art Is Using Anti-Pollution Paints To Beautify Flyovers In Delhi & We're Lovin' This
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Delhizens, the streets of our beloved city are vibrant with colour all thanks to the beautifully intricate street art done by the colourful angels - Delhi Street Art! And there’s more in store - in collaboration with Delhi Street Art, MCD plans on restoring and beautifying the mundane and drab flyovers across the city. Yayy!
Delhi: A City Of Colours? | Artists from Delhi Street Art changed the look of flyovers across the Hanuman Mandir at Yamuna Bazaar, near Kashmere Gate and even the Delhi-Meerut expressway pillars saw a revamp. Awesome!
And the best bit is that since these guys were painting some of the busiest streets of Delhi, they used anti-carbonation paints that’ll stay strong, withstanding even pollution and exposure to moisture.
So the next time you’re speeding past the flyovers, make sure you notice the beautiful walls depicting history, like a king riding an elephant, a queen and more cool stuff. Cant wait to see all these beauties!
Here’s Delhi Street Art’s FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/DelhiStart/
Sourced Via The Better India
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