FIFA U-17 World Cup: Art students deck up Salt Lake Stadium for final with graffiti

Updated On Oct 26, 2017 06:44 PM IST
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Students of Govt. Art College, Indian Art College, Biswabharati and Rabindrabhharati Art College paint graffiti in the Salt Lake Stadium (Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan) premises on Thursday as part of the decoration for the FIFA U-17 World Cup final to be played at the venue in Kolkata on Saturday (October 28). (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 06:44 PM IST

Students of Govt. Art College, Indian Art College, Biswabharati and Rabindrabhharati Art College paint graffiti in the Salt Lake Stadium (Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan) premises on Thursday as part of the decoration for the FIFA U-17 World Cup final to be played at the venue in Kolkata on Saturday (October 28). (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)

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Studens from the four prominent art colleges in Kolkata converted the whole of Salt Lake Stadium as their canvas, painting graffiti to deck up the venue for the FIFA U-17 World Cup final between England and Spain. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 06:44 PM IST

Studens from the four prominent art colleges in Kolkata converted the whole of Salt Lake Stadium as their canvas, painting graffiti to deck up the venue for the FIFA U-17 World Cup final between England and Spain. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)

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The aft students stuck to traditional patters, reminiscent of the Diwali Rangolis as they spiced up the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata, the venue for the final of the FIFA U-17 World Cup. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 06:44 PM IST

The aft students stuck to traditional patters, reminiscent of the Diwali Rangolis as they spiced up the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata, the venue for the final of the FIFA U-17 World Cup. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)

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Kolkata, known as a city of artists and intellectuals lent its own touch to the FIFA U-17 World Cup final as Govt Art College, Indian Art College, Biswabharati and Rabindrabhharati Art College students painted graffiti at Salt Lake Stadium. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 06:44 PM IST

Kolkata, known as a city of artists and intellectuals lent its own touch to the FIFA U-17 World Cup final as Govt Art College, Indian Art College, Biswabharati and Rabindrabhharati Art College students painted graffiti at Salt Lake Stadium. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)

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An art student give the finishing touch to one of the graffiti painted at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata, the venue which will host the final of the FIFA U-17 World Cup between England and Spain on Saturday (October 26). (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 06:44 PM IST

An art student give the finishing touch to one of the graffiti painted at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata, the venue which will host the final of the FIFA U-17 World Cup between England and Spain on Saturday (October 26). (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)

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The artwork of the students sure livened up the walkway that will take fans into Salt Lake Stadium for the final of the FIFA U-17 World Cup between England and Spain. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 06:44 PM IST

The artwork of the students sure livened up the walkway that will take fans into Salt Lake Stadium for the final of the FIFA U-17 World Cup between England and Spain. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)

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Koklata’s major art colleges -- Govt Art College, Indian Art College, Biswabharati and Rabindrabhharati Art College -- took part in the initiative on Thurday, painting the Salt Lake Stadium in multiple hues, sprucing the venue up for the FIFA U-17 World Cup. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)
Updated on Oct 26, 2017 06:44 PM IST

Koklata’s major art colleges -- Govt Art College, Indian Art College, Biswabharati and Rabindrabhharati Art College -- took part in the initiative on Thurday, painting the Salt Lake Stadium in multiple hues, sprucing the venue up for the FIFA U-17 World Cup. (Samir Jana/HT PHOTO)

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