I first met Afzan Pirzade for the first time on the train to Allahabad (Now Prayagraj) as we were on our way to paint for the Kumbh Mela. Zain discovered his work at Chal Rang De. A mesmerizing 2 story tall portrait for a girl in yellow. He immediately invited […]
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 […]
Dheeraj Singh aka Krypt.one is a graffiti artist based in Mumbai. Our journeys got intertwined at Ladies First, where he was volunteering. His sheer dedication and commitment to his art over the last one year, made him an obvious choice to be on our roster. Since then, he has worked […]
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 […]
I met Zain Siddiqui for the first time in 2009, in my first week of engineering college in Lonavla. He was my senior, but our common love for football and good music brought us together. Ever since the inception of Wicked Broz, Zain has been one of the sturdy pillars […]
Amaro Abreu is an amazing Brazilian graffiti artist. I had the opportunity to meet him at IIT, Powai for the Techfest 2018. He painted the main IIT wall along with graffiti artists Rikis, Lobster, NME and Mooz. After the festival, we got him and the boys to Marol Art Village. […]
Ricardo D.Santander aka Rikis, is a Chilean graffiti artist who loves painting murals of wild animals and marine life. I met him for the first time at Street of Styles in Brazil in 2017, where Zake became the first Indian graffiti artist to be invited for the prestigious graffiti festival. […]
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.
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.