After turning potholes into 'rakshasas', Bengaluru artist brings a crocodile to the city's roads
news Friday, June 19, 2015 - 05:30
All images source: Baadal Nanjundaswamy/Facebook Bengaluru's traffic woes are nothing short of infamous. Add to it the poor condition of roads and potholes dotting every other street, and one gets to know more about the one of the most common hassles a Bengalurean faces on an almost daily basis. The city reportedly has over 2,000 potholes in 422 of its main roads. Baadal Nanjundaswamy, a city-based artist, used one pothole on the Sultanpalya main road on Thursday to create a compelling art installation. Before After The artist is not new to street creations, specially when it comes to highlighting poor civic infrastructure in the city. Here is one of his earlier creations. And another. Two more. Here's one on a different theme. Before After With water bodies inluding lakes fast disappearing in the city, and the number of potholes on roads seemingly increasing by the day, maybe acquatic animals will have to look for a new abode. Also read: Popularity follows India's tallest man, but he is in search of love
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