Wicked Broz Street Art Community
The idea behind our street art community is to help young street artists in India find their first wall.
To enable them to do this, senior members of our local chapters organize a number of different initiatives on a regular basis.
Over 500 artists are already part of our local WhatsApp communities in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Dehradun and Mirzapur. Everyday art related queries are resolved. Information about city based events, contests and knowledge around wall art is shared by senior members. When larger projects are undertaken by senior artists, they find able interns and volunteers from our large pool of juniors.
Street art workshops for beginners are a way for them to get started like we did. Using spray cans and brushes on walls to paint letters and characters representing themselves and learning the laws of the streets.
The Ladies First Street Art Festival is a one of a kind initiative where each year we invite the top female artists to join forces with young female volunteers and celebrate womanhood on the streets.
The Art of Online Marketing is workshop series where we invite top digital marketing experts to help artists develop their sales skills and help present themselves better in the art world.
In Marol Art Village, we have a safe space for anyone to come paint whenever they want. Over 200 street art pieces have already been painted by artists from across the globe. Every Sunday, we conduct rap cyphers, slacklining and sketching sessions for anyone who cares to join.
To capture it all, we regularly publish the top stories from our street art community in the form of news, interviews and editorials in The Wicked Broz Magazine.
Together with our wall art community, we hope to continue injecting art into public spaces and bring cheer to the faces in the streets.
Street Art Workshops are our way to empower the everyday citizen of the country with know how of how to paint on walls. It’s a great way for our street art community to spread the word about our beloved practice far and wide.
The Art Of Online Marketing – How To Sell Art Online How to sell art online is a difficult question to answer for many beginners. As part of our community initiatives with Wicked Broz, we launched the Art of Online Marketing during
Ladies First Street Art Festival India’s only street art festival focused towards women artists. Over two editions, the fest has managed to engage over 50 women artists across three cities; Opening the door for many of them to taste what it feels like to paint on the streets.
Explore Street Art In Mumbai With Marol Art Village Street Art in Mumbai has quite a few homes and this is our effort at making our hood Mumbai 59 – Wicked! Since, 2015 we’ve had numerous graffiti artists from across the globe come here and paint and the
Artists Who Found A Home With Us
India's first graffiti agency working with some the best graffiti talents from east side 59... Influencing Ppl through wall art on the streets.. As well as spreading hip hop culture to all those people who have no idea about this Indian underground culture.. 💟big ups to Omkar Dhara for putting in so much efforts and making it lit🔥
I used to dream of working with Wicked Broz as an artist back in 2018. Their community has been a great support for me and many other artists. They are the reason why I am where I am as a street artist.
A great community of people, sharing knowledge, experiences and opportunities. Providing great deal of value to all sorts of artists.
The Wicked Broz Magazine
Art Festivals With Our Street Art Community
What is a festival without color?
The Wicked Broz street art community has been invited to some of the top street art festivals and we have been proud to let our artists take the center stage and paint their hearts out.
We have been proud partners at Bombway Fest – The first graffiti battle in India, Vh1 Supersonic 2020 where 10 young graffiti writers found a platform to showcase their talent, and Bonjour India 2022 where we helped the French Institute in India conduct their wall art fest across the 4 cities in which our communities are active.
Read up on the stories of these fests on the links below.