Rickety roof, dull plain white walls are a common sight coming from the schools of the region, not least the views of schools in India.
However, who would have thought, a regular sight you see that, do not look at the school Niranjana Public Welfare in India. Because the school is successfully serving decorating classrooms incredible impressive, coming from Wall Art Festival, as reported by the Amusing Planet, Wednesday (05/21/2014).
Yes, Wall Art Festival held each year aims to provide support to the school in delivering a variety of problems in the village Sujata to a wide audience. On the other hand, also to inculcate the art within students early on.
Meanwhile, Wall Art Festival this time successfully invited Japanese artist Yusuke Asai to participate paint the walls of the classroom for three weeks. As a result Yusuke successfully juggle school classroom decorations Niranjana Public Welfare be extraordinarily beautiful.
Yusuke succeeded in creating a work of art murals with mud and dust that he found in India. With his art, Yusuke hope the spirit of learning and achievement of children may increase.
Further, the mural work of Yusuke Asai made using mud and dust, the walls of the school that looks brittle and dull now more attractive. In fact, students in Niranjana School also eager to follow lessons given by their teachers.