I am proud to announce that we are releasing The Wicked Broz Magazine. A collection of our best works in the world of graffiti, portraits, doodles and interactive arts on walls and in public spaces.
Prasenjit Bordloi has a father who is a retired government officer. One would expect a run of the mill, office going boy out of Prasenjit. But no sir. Neither him, nor his younger brother turned out run of the mill. Both of them are artists. Prasenjit got in touch with […]
Omkar Dhareshwar, the face of Wicked Broz. Like literally. Sometimes, when I stare too long at Bob, I can see Omkars almost uni brow face in that wicked smile. I first met Omkar in 2009, when he turned up for trials for our college football team. I was the captain […]
Kartikey Sharma is a street artist in Pune and he is on a mission to clean and paint 100 walls. This is the first time he has opened up in such detail about his mission, his life and his motivations in an exclusive interview with Wicked Broz.
Tackling waste management with street art in Dehradun. Waste Warriors team up with Wicked Broz to engage teach the city walls to speak for themselves.
This 10 minute read on Ladies First Street Art Festival is for you to know what exactly happened in the 7 days in which Marol Art Village was created.
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.
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 […]