Name With No Face: Meet Tyler, Mumbai’s Anonymous Graffiti Artist

Meet Tyler, the ‘anonymous’ graffiti artist with a message

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Meet Tyler, Mumbai’s underground street graffiti artist, who posts real messages on real walls. A pseudonym inspired by Fight Club’s Tyler Durden, he’s been commenting on society and people using stencils and spray paint. And do you know why he is in the news now? Well, one of his graffitis, a quirky take on the Lok Sabha elections, is going viral. It shows PM Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi playing a tug-o-war, in the process dividing our country. Isn’t the PM dressed like Hitler? That’s quite some sarcasm!

Here’s another one for you.

So the next time if you find a funny, sarcastic message or simple piece of street art painted on a wall in your locality, remember Tyler was here!

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