When you consider chalk, you presumably do a reversal to every one of the times you needed to hold one up before the board in school.
Be that as it may, for a few, chalk is more than only an adolescence memory or hopscotch. Self-educated Pakistani anamorphic chalk craftsman Obaid ur Rahman rioted of Germany to take part in the 6th yearly road workmanship celebration, the biggest of its kind in Europe. The 24-year-old was among 45 members from the world over including Mexico, Italy, France, Turkey, Russia, Nepal and Japan who made works in three classes at the Wilhelmshaven International Street Art Festival.
Rahman's first open door happened in December 2014 when Karachi's Dolmen City Mall gave him authorization to introduce and make a drawing on their premises.
As Rahman built up his abilities he could take them to an international stage.
Rahman portrays his general experience as overpowering in light of the fact that he at first had no arrangements of taking his work universal.
In spite of the fact that the terrific prize was won by a German craftsman, Rahman stays confident about his prospects in road workmanship.