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Cartist Art Festival 2017 - The Painted Hues On The Cars


I have been always asked, 'What is my favourite car?' and I have always said 'the next one.'

Annual Automobile Art Festival, Cartist Automobile Art Festival, was recently held in Jaipur, the state capital. Cartist is an initiative to promote arts and cultures of India along with the love for vintage cars. The basic idea of this automobile art festival is to spread the awareness amongst the crowd regarding the importance of salvaging the epitome of royalty, vintage cars and classic cars.

One of our freelance photographers, Divy Dugar, was there at the Cartist Automobile Art Festival Jaipur, 2017 to capture the best shots for the people who missed the festival. The images captured by Dugar, who blogs at Divy Dugar Photography, are so exceptionally good that we couldn't wait to share these images with you in this photo article.

Isn't it just Royal?

What Divy has got to say about his experience at Cartist Automobile Art Festival

Even though it was hot in Jaipur, the festival continued to shower its magic attracting artists and people from everywhere. Art just boosts the enthusiasm of everyone and when it comes to using automobiles as a medium, it was just fabulous. The unique feature that I observed there was the ability of the artist to think beyond the possibilities and their perspective to look at things in so many unique ways. Different materials, different hues and quirky art installations on cars and scooters were the buzzes in this festival. The decoration of the festival also added a wonderful feeling to the overall setting and left everyone mesmerised. The paintings were done live by artists and they were looking extremely fantastic. Standing in that very moment I realized that hard work never goes to waste.There were free workshops, free art sessions, scooter into art installation, car painting and a lot more that happened. Even though I am an amateur photographer, I visited the beautiful festival and got some amazing pictures. It was inspiring not just artists but every being who was capable of thinking and feeling. Entry for the festival was free and there was no experience of ‘Art on Wheels’ that you will find as amazing as this.

If only we could ride this scooter...

 


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