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Beautiful Street Arts Across Kathmandu Valley

There’s something oddly beautiful about street arts. Painting, stencils, and murals are increasingly visible on the walls in Kathmandu valley. It brings in a contemporary visual form and turns the simple experience of walking down a boring, dhulo-covered street into a dynamically immersive artistic affair.

Here are few of the most beautiful graffiti and murals that we find around street of Kathmandu. Thanks to all the painters who made these beautiful painting to enhance the beauti of our streets.

A photo of the artist Daas with students in front of the elephant mural at Shikshantar School in the city of Kathmandu, Nepal

 

Fantastic work by SUIKO for PRASAD street art festival in Kathmandu. The mural is in Bhaisipati

 

Panda, Mural located on the over the Bagmati Bridge in Kathmandu, Nepal

 

This anthropomorphic artwork in Patan Dhoka

 

This masterpiece near Bhatbhateni supermarket in Bishalnagar.

 

Rautahat, by Joan Vifquin, in Jawalakhel

 

Amazing graffiti on the walls of Baluwatar!

Lots of hard work has been put in to paint this mural. If you have not seen, go and check it out at Durbarmarg ( near Narayanhity Palace )

 

This intricately painted Kumari Devi near Neelgiri High School in Thamel

 

A gigantic elephant mural on the walls of Shikshantar School

 

Lord Buddha in peace on the walls of Saatghumti, Thamel

 

This mural of hope by Shradhha Shrestha on Kantipath

 

While it is illegal to paint the street walls in foreign countries, it is wonderfully okay to do so in Nepal. We get to turn our boring walks into something beautiful!

Dear Artists, keep us blessed and feed our yearning for art with walks to remember through your beautiful work!

This article originally appeared in : LivingUNX

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