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Street Art at Park Street

Street Art is such an interesting phenomenon. You find people engaged in creative activities in ways that seem unlikely, in most unlikely locations, such as this person whom I saw carving patterns out of vegetables at Park Street. Sitting by the roadside, with pieces of assorted vegetables such as beetroot, cabbage, onion, potato and cucumber around him. With the sliced pieces piled in a heap around his feet, he went on carving, probably a bit self-conscious about the people who had gathered around him.

Guess what he was doing? Selling carving knives! And what better way to demonstrate this, than display his handiwork to the people gathered around him!

Hats off, master! The sidewalks would be less interesting in the absence of people like you.


Man at work


Pattern made out of assorted vegetables


3 comments on “Street Art at Park Street

  1. Alok Singhal says:

    Was he only selling Knives or the carved-out products also? I find his patterns so very interesting.

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    1. abhibishnu says:

      He was selling only the products

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  2. abhibishnu says:

    He was selling only the knives. The products were meant to demonstrate the efficacy of his knives !

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