Street Art from the ancient walls of South India. Photos by MC Yogi
Wall Textures have always been and continue to be a great source of inspiration for me. The juxtaposition between the grit and the brightly colored paint fading into the Sun Light, speaks volumes to me as an artist. The more something is worn the more soul it seems to have, the more a song is played the more it takes on a life of its own, and in the end All songs fade into silence ear- regardless of genre and style. Every great art form is always in a state of flux, constantly growing evolving and ultimately fading back into the great mystery. When we Remember that everything is passing while simultaneously savoring every drop of the experience, that in my mind is the greatest work of art, a life well lived. Photos by MC Yogi
Street Art conveys the values of a culture. Walking through India I can see the imagination of her people. Artist illuminate and bring the inner world to the surface so society can take benefit. This is why when I was painting and bombing the streets as a graff writer I eventually came to the realization that painting my own name was superficial and didn’t really benefit anyone besides my own ego. I never stopped painting but now I’m more interested in painting and creating something which inspires a greater sense of reverence. Love and respect. Hopefully these photo convey that Love.
Photos by Surendar, MC Yogi, Binsky & Ram
Every year in Mumbai, a grand festival is held to celebrate the remover of obstacles. Beautiful statues made of clay are ornately decorated infused with devotion and marched through the streets of old Bombay. The apex of the festival is when the statues are brought to the ocean where they are dissolved back into their Source. Photos by Surendar Kyshatriya