School murals usually only take up a single space. A popular location for them is on a brick wall in the school's playground. However, that is not the case when it comes to the Niranjana School in Bahar, east India. Every single one of the school's walls and ceilings is decked-out in murals.
Japanese artist Yusuke Asai was one of the main artists who was invited to create the public art, because he is known to make extensive and intricate work with a little amount of supplies. His murals are completely crafted by using only mud, dust and dirt.
The art's purpose is to raise awareness of the school, which is founded by donations from Japanese students and supports Japanese artistry.
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Yusuke Asai Helped Create an Extensive Mural Made of Mud
- By: Megan FacciuoloMay 13, 2014