Ladies First is a women street art festival being organized in Marol, Mumbai from 25th to 31st March. The endeavor is to promote women street artists.
Eco-Park society Marol hosted yet another graffiti workshop by Wicked Broz. More than 30 participants learned to use spray cans from NME graffiti.
While we are busy planning some big surprises this year, it’s time to honor some of our legendary pieces of 2018.
This is a special piece of writing coming from the heart of our guest contributor Mihir Wairkar. Read on about his thoughts about walls, graffiti and people’s minds. Walls are structures built to protect interiors. Elevated to the height of one’s ego, they are made with materials ranging from the […]
100,000 views on WASSUP – our rap video production featuring MC Altaf and Jay Kila ft. Ranveer Singh The reason you keep seeing announcements like this from me every now and then is that I like to share our small successes like this with you, our extended family. Wicked Broz […]
Mumbai is fast becoming a hub of graffiti artists in India. I say this not because Wicked Broz was born here but because of the sheer number of graffiti artists who make it a pit stop during their travels in India. The year 2017 was great for spreading wickedness in […]
A few years ago, my research on the Himalayas, street art and the Beatles found its cumulative god when I read about what someone had done to the abandoned Ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in Rishikesh. Since then I have been secretly hoping to meet that someone. The picture above […]
With more and more artists joining the bandwagon and showcasing their talents on walls across the country, 2017 was a big year for graffiti in India. As Wicked Broz, we saw a rise in the number of projects that came our way and the level of art that went up […]
Street art should not just make a city’s walls beautiful, it should also add a meaning to the lives of the people it surrounds. In that regard, community painting is our best hope. In October this year Wicked Broz collaborated with Waste Warriors, an NGO tackling the problem of waste […]
Artists usually work in solitude. We spend hours by ourselves painting what we see as our next masterpiece. So it was a pleasant change for our team to work with groups of young volunteers for our graffiti pieces as part of the Oye Ambala campaign.