You’ve heard all those Puneri words and probably spoken them a million times while you’re in Pune. The likes of ‘Layy Bhaari’ and ‘Jeev de re’. Bade Moochwale is bringing this local Lingo to your Pune walls, the words that define the city’s medium of communication, which is a little different from other cities.
Presently, Bade Moochwale has started a new typography series on the walls of Pune. Catchwords and phrases like Vadhiv, Awara, Gandlay, Niwanta popularly used by city people are being painted. It’s just another creative way of connecting with common people of Pune.
Check out these awesome walls painted by them, and be glad you spotted at least one in the city.
Bade Moochwale is group of youngsters involved in various activities in the social sphere over the last few years. The idea is to find splendour in our surroundings and to bring happiness while transcending the bounds of a specific medium.
The group firmly believes that art is not just the domain of artists but should be accessible in all ways to the general public. With this motive of taking art to common people Bade Moochwale has painted many walls of the cities like Banaras, Orissa, Delhi, Goa and Mumbai. The group has always been using different styles of painting on walls of the city to connect with the common public. Many government schools have also been painted by the group.
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