- Kajal Singh (22) is the first female Graffiti artist of India is impressing Berlin walls through her talent
- Kajal, who goes by name Dizky and she finds the inspiration to continue Graffiti art from Hip Hop
- Only a few places in India like Agra, Banglore, Mumbai and Delhi celebrates the idea of Graffiti art
Graffiti was considered an annoyance on the street walls for quite a long time, but gradually that has been changed and it is now considered as a legitimate form of art around the world. There are many across the globe who love graffiti from the core of their heart and Kajal Singh is one of them. This artist’s canvas is a blank wall, and the tool is spray- she creates a blast of creativity on the wall within minutes.
Kajal Singh, 22-year-old, the first female Graffiti artist of India is really impressing Berlin walls through her talent. Along with being a Graffiti artist, she is a hip hop dancer and a fitness blogger. Singh believes that art is natural to her as she comes from a creative family background. Her mother is a painter while her brother is a budding Graffiti artist, said to Femina.in Website.
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Kajal Singh wants to take Graffiti to India in a modern form. A graffiti is widely used in India for political purposes. Only a few places in India like Agra, Banglore, Mumbai and Delhi celebrates the idea of Graffiti art. But, in the recent years, it has become a popular art form to decorate the walls of cafes and restaurants and also in street art festivals, mentioned the femina.in report.
Kajal,who goes by name Dizky, finds the inspiration to continue Graffiti art from Hip Hop. Being a hip hop dancer when she went to Europe, she found Graffiti as the rhythm of Hip Hop music.
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Kajal finds Bandra, a city in Mumbai, more open to art and culture and she really likes the place in terms of Graffiti art where the cafes and buses are decorated with Graffiti. In Graffiti we can bring the life into a letter and writing. However, Singh believes that India is more perceptive about art than Europe.
She understood Graffiti with the help of the Internet where she learned about the tools. She also holds that understanding the History and Origin is very much helpful to increase the skill.
-prepared by Aparna Gupta, an intern with NewsGram. Twitter @writetoaparna99