View Finder | Puducherry1 min read . Updated: 14 Dec 2013, 01:34 AM IST
In Puducherry, a design revolution turns the heritage town's grey shades into psychedelic hues
It was during one of my lazy trips to Puducherry two years ago that I first stumbled upon a burst of fresh colours and art against its quaint colonial backdrop.
On a subsequent trip, I met Puppa Zeto and Artiste-Ouvrier (a stencil artist who called himself Pyaar Singh, spoke fluent French and claimed to be from Chandigarh), who are among the pioneers in French street art.
This photo essay captures images of some of the most vivid wall art in Puducherry, art that is defining Puducherry 2.0.
Anu Anna Jacob is a professional freelance photographer based in Hyderabad.
She loves street photography, monsoons, salsa (the dance and the dip) and Puducherry.