Mumbai could soon be home to a number of interesting new sculptures if plans go ahead.

A number of interesting new floral sculptures could be created around Mumbai soon if plans are put into action.

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is considering installing more of the designs after the first section put in place at the Worli Seaface junction proved to be popular, Mid Day reported.

Featuring a range of huge organic designs created in abstract shapes and bright colours, the models were created by local artist Rouble Nagi, who has also put together a mural to be installed at Carter Road Promenade in Bandra.

“This sculpture is basically influenced by pop art. It is very different from most of the artwork you see around the city,” said Ms Nagi, who completed the work with sponsorship so it did not cost the local authority anything for it to be installed.

Innovative forms of art is often seen in Mumbai, with America dance troupe The Bad Boys of Dance recently performing their fusion street dance and classic styles in the city.

Written by Erin Marshall

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