Alliance Française de Bombay, in partnership with the Embassy of France and the French Institute in India, is excited to announce a creative collaboration with Aashti Miller aka Millerink, a Mumbai-based architect and illustrator.

The endeavour is a part of the third edition of the Wall Art Festival organised by the network of Alliance Francaises in India where Millerink will be creating a mural at Bombay Gymkhana.

9–14 October 2023
Bombay Gymkhana


Miller is a Mumbai-based architect who launched MillerInk, an illustration and graphic design studio, in 2020. The Cornell University graduate pursued a career in architecture while exploring her passion for graphic design in her spare time. Her designs include detailed drawings with digital elements in two and three-dimensional formats. She also painted murals in Delhi and Chennai for the St+art India, as well as in Birmingham, UK, for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.


The Alliance Française network across India is thrilled to announce the return of the Wall Art Festival for its 3 edition this October! A fusion of colour, culture, and creativity awaits as we delve into India’s splendid mosaic of cities, history, and natural landscapes.

As cities pulse with everyday life, they’re about to be transformed into vibrant canvases. Envision bustling markets, serene heritage sites, and inviting public spaces, all coming to life with the passion and strokes of our celebrated artists.

14 cities, 4 incredible artists

  • Sandre from France, with her surreal urban narratives that span across Paris, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Belgium.
  • SUPER BAB, whose journey from graffiti at 13 to mastering various artistic mediums paints a fascinating picture.
  • Millerink of India, representing the synthesis of architecture and art, where spaces, places, and faces merge.
  • Jace from Reunion Island, who brings the famed Gouzou, a faceless yet recognizable character seen in over forty countries.