Save the Leopard - Tikli Village

As part of a nationwide campaign to save the native leopard population from the fears of urbanisation, we created a record size public art that can be viewed from several kms at each side.

Abhishek Kumar Singh (project curator), Yantr (key artist), Gaurav Lekhi and Zahid Khan (artist assistants) painted the image of a leopard on the walls of a water tank 115 ft in height with the circumference of the circular pole being 78 ft. Total surface area painted: 19,500 sq ft in 26 days ending on Jan 20, 2016. The four artists used 500 litres of paints and 100 spray cans and two boom lifts on the water tank which is not in use now at Ansal Retreat, close to the Aravali range of hills, Badshapur, Gurgaon, Haryana. The project was commissioned by Sameer Thapar, the agency was Transhuman Collective and Hunny Mor was the coordinator.

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