• The Mumbai Wall Project began when Glenford D'Mello allowed young folk to pain on his property

    An initiative to add color, form and texture to a space with the intention of starting a conversation amongst its inhabitants, The Wall Project began in the suburb of Bandra, when a man named Glenford D'Mello allowed a few brush-wielding young folks with a penchant for bold hues to paint on his property.

Photography by Shriti Banerjee

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