Couldn’t stop admiring the great artwork in Delhi by the folks at St+Art India {a non-profit organisation that takes up art projects in public spaces}? In that case, you’re in for a similar visual treat, right here in town. Bringing together artists from across the globe and India, this one’s going to be a month-long project, and we can’t wait to see how they are going to liven up often overlooked corners and lanes of the city. While we’ll be on the lookout for these spaces, we suggest you take a look at the lineup of 15 artists who will be making the town their canvas this month.

Anpu Varkey

Based in Delhi, Anpu Varkey describes herself a hardcore colourist, who takes her love for art onto public spaces with elaborate murals.

 Find out more about her art here.

Photo: Akshat Nauriyal


A city-based comics creator and visual artist, George Mathen aka Appupen’s artworks feature elements from Halahala, a mythical world he created.

Find out more about his art here.

Photo source: Appupen

Aravani Art Project

Launched by Bangalore-based artist, Poornima Sukumar, the project works with the transgender community, hoping to create a space for them using visual arts.

Find out more about their art here.


Belgrade-based artist, Artez is best known for his style that blends photo-realism and illustrations with vivid shades.

Find out more about his art here.


Apart from his artworks and installations, city-based artist, Baadal Nanjundaswamy is known for using street art as a form of protest. Think a pothole turned into a {fake} crocodile pond!

Find out more about his art here.

Collin van der Sluijs

Drawing largely from nature, Collin van der Sluijs {from Netherlands} uses spray paint, acrylic and ink to create murals that look dream-like or even three dimensional.

Find out more about his art here.


Described as “India’s Banksy”, Daku’s {Delhi-based graffiti artist} works often feature his comments on social issues and love for typography.

Find out more about his art here.

Photo: Akshat Nauriyal

Dan Goldman + Ram Devineni

US-based artist, Dan Goldman and Indian American filmmaker, Ram Devineni are co-creators of the graphic novel, Priya’s Shakti which has a female rape survivor as its superhero protagonist.

Find out more about their art here and here.


Apart from artistically commenting on socio-political issues, GuessWho {an anonymous artist whose works are mostly seen in and around Kochi, Kerala}, reimagines iconic images while also retaining local flavour and culture.

Find out more about his/her art here.


A collective conceived and led by Mumbai-based artist, Harshvardhan Kadam, Inkbrushnme’s artistic works are an expression of Harsh’s thoughts and experiences.

Find out more about his art here.


Strong shapes and visual images, vibrant shades and large-scale murals are what characterises the works of French artist, Remed {aka Alby Guillaume}.

Find out more about his art here,

Sameer Kulavoor

Mostly minimalistic in style, Mumbai-based visual artist, Sameer Kulavoor blends contemporary illustration and graphics in his works.

Find out more about his art here.

Shilo Shiv Suleman

Using street art and installations, this city-based artist subtly delves into themes like magic realism, art for social change and gender issues.

Find out more about her art here.

Photo: Akshat Nauriyal

Siddhartha Kararwal

Known to use everyday objects like plastic bags, foam sheets and cardboard, Siddhartha Kararwal {Jaipur-based freelance artist}, works on installations and sculptures.

Find out more about his art here.

Ullas Hydoor

While Bangalore-based architect-turned-artist, Ullas Hydoor’s {who goes by the name TATU} artworks are mostly arresting and vivid, some of them also have underlying themes.

Find out more about his art here.

For more details on St+Art India, check out their website here.