After beautifying autos, metro stations and Nano cars, Jaipur based automobile art organization, Cartist is now painting mobile toilets in the Pink City to spread awareness about cleanliness. An initiative supported by Jaipur Municipal Corporation, 10 mobile toilets will be painted in the next few days at various locations of Jaipur like Hawa Mahal, Albert Hall, Jawahar Circle, World Trade Park, Amar Jawan Jyoti, among others under this campaign.
Rajasthan’s traditional art forms – Blue Pottery, Sanganeri Art, Kathputli Art, Terracota Art, among others will be used to paint the toilets.
To mark the World Museum Day on 18 May, artworks were created in front of the Albert Hall Museum. Art works based on the theme of puppets was used. Along with spreading awareness to prevent waste contamination, this will also ensure that the dying tradition of puppetry is re-introduced to the coming generations.
Cartist initiated this unique art event of spreading the artful vibes in the city by creating artworks on the portable toilets at Statue Circle. Here the theme used was that of blue pottery.
Says Himanshu Jangid of Cartist: “We want to do this for our city and its people. This activity does not just aim at making the city look beautiful but also gives a social message for cleanliness. We plan to do this in many other localities of Jaipur with the support of residents.”
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