The aesthetic appeal in the graffiti is no less than any traditional form of Indian paintings. The strong message being portrayed through this medium touches the rawest and basic strings of the spectator. For a change, this art is not made for fame or materialistic gains. Inanimate walls turn into an organic being alive and speaking. It is created for conveying the surge of emotions that are the outcome of repression and neglect. As graffiti is not exclusive to some high-end art gallery, its accessibility makes it a form of affordable art.
Types of Styles in Graffiti
But, Indian graffiti unlike European and American forms, is not an act of defiance against the ruling regime. It has been unconsciously a part of our culture. Many types of art forms are in vogue in India that are practised by Indian artists. Some of them are as follows:-
Both male and female artists are a part of the young brigade of graffiti artists in India, such as:-
Harsh Raman Ganjit
Dizy or Kajal Singh
Some of them like Daku, who is officially a member of an international association for graffiti artists-156, have earned their name by operating from the shadows. Among them are artists who operate through mediums such as St+t Art.