Stunningly Intricate Mud Paintings on School Walls: Poor Children Got the Access to Art

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The classroom walls in our mind are sheet white and blank, but this kind of walls are not seen in Sujata Village in India. Yusuke Asai, a Japanese artist has painted the walls into intricate paintings using just local dirt, dust, ash and straw as well as mud. Even the ceilings are painted. The paintings are full of imagination and creativity, with abstract depictions of people, plants and animals. And the most important thing is to educate the children with the cycle of human life. I’m totally absorbed, aren’t you?

Stunningly Intricate Mud Paintings on School Walls: Poor Children Got the Access to Art

Stunningly Intricate Mud Paintings on School Walls: Poor Children Got the Access to Art

Stunningly Intricate Mud Paintings on School Walls: Poor Children Got the Access to Art

Stunningly Intricate Mud Paintings on School Walls: Poor Children Got the Access to Art

Stunningly Intricate Mud Paintings on School Walls: Poor Children Got the Access to Art

Stunningly Intricate Mud Paintings on School Walls: Poor Children Got the Access to Art

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