St+art India Foundation Adds Color to Brighten Bangalore Metro

Metro stations all over India are mostly drab and uninspiring, so here’s something you all might like 😀

The St+art India Foundation, a non-profit organization working on art projects in public spaces with an aim to make art accessible to a wider audience, just concluded its month long street art festival in Bangalore and added much needed color to the city’s urban landscape. Besides transforming walls facing public streets, its prolific emerging & established artists from different cities & countries also created art interventions through a diverse range of eccentric murals & installations centered in and around Majestic, Cubbon Park & MG Road Metro stations.

Do check out St+art India’s FB page to learn more about their work and see how you can participate in the future. Also see their instagram stream for images showcasing work from across Delhi & Mumbai.

Some images:


MG Road Station – Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


Majestic Station – Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


Cubbon Park’s Cooling Plant at Minsk Square – Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


62 feet long comic strip at Majestic (Take a closer look) – Photo Coyright: Appupen


Church Street, close to MG Road Station – Photo Copyright: St+art India Foundation


Do you like what you see?

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Global traveler who prefers mass rapid transit

10 Responses to "St+art India Foundation Adds Color to Brighten Bangalore Metro"

  1. peter hook says:


  2. HEMENDRA says:

    Really interesting and must thank these artists. Hope all these efforts and upcoming new metrolines will make Bangalore truly world class

  3. Sethuraman Tanjore Iyer says:

    We have to pay tribute to the exceptional success of Bangalore, its inhabitants and its creative people, who have transformed this metropolis into a world-class city, one of the major focal points for modern civilisation.

  4. Nitin Shah says:

    Awesome Bengaluru. A true class apart. Kudos to the artists.

  5. Ronith says:

    TMRG, I recently read a report saying that BMRC will invite bids for the construction of the Gottigere – Nagavara line by December this year. Any update about that?

    • TMRG says:

      We’ll have to wait and see when the bids are invited. Back in Aug, they said they’ll invite bids for the Whitefield extension in September, and so far nothing has happened.

  6. Srikanth says:


  7. krishnan says:

    Can Namma Metro meet April deadline for Phase 1? — Bengaluru, Nov 8, 2016, DHNS
    Namma Metro’s Phase 1 may not meet its newest deadline — April 2017 —notwithstanding the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd’s (BMRCL) confidence.

    The BMRCL has not yet finished laying tracks on the underground section from Majestic to KR Market


    • TMRG says:

      This is how investigative journalism covering Transport should be. Good to see Naveen (the author) question the deadline put forward by the BMRCL/KA Govt.

  8. Mathew Thonipara says:

    What a effort by these youth. Truly commendable job by the people of this awesome great metropolis.


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