An initiative taken up by Karmyo, Good Graffiti Fest aims to raise awareness about social good among youth through art.
“The first edition of the Good Graffiti Fest took place last February. It was a very informal setting; we invited 25 artists from different fields who painted live at the festival. Even without a big team or a lot of publicity, we had a footfall of over 1,000. When we saw how inspiring those two days had been, we decided to organise the festival this year at a bigger scale,” says Anshumaan Bansal, co-founder of the festival.
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