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Wallbook Festival 2017-03-29

Wallbook Festival

Wallbook is Indias oldest Graffitti festival. For the last 4 years they have so far painted more than 100.000 sqfeet for unkempt and ill maintained walls in India in the cities of Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkotta.

Wallbook, the brain child of Brand Promotions India, aimed at looking after the creative needs of a city was initiated in Mumbai in 2012. It’s a concept that has refreshed the residents of three major cities since its inception. By providing local and international artists a canvas in major locations, we have helped millions of people smile as they walk the roads we have walked on.

The numerous events held in these cities have brought Wallbook to the forefront of the audiences mind since it brings art and colour to their surroundings while creating value for the expression of art and artists. This also helped bring to light social issues and necessities for a better future.

The numerous events held in these cities have brought Wallbook to the forefront of the audiences mind since it brings art and colour to their surroundings while creating value for the expression of art and artists. This also helped bring to light social issues and necessities for a better future.

Below are few video links and a ppt for the future

The WALLBOOK Festival is now being scaled up as its for the support of the Government and also the largest Media house in Indis.

Official Wallbook Links:

http://www.wallbook.in/

https://www.facebook.com/wallbookfest/

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