A Japanese Artist Decorated An Indian School's Classroom With Mud And It's Fabulous

    Best classroom ever. With thanks to Spoon and Tamago.

    This is the Niranjana School in Bahar, in east India.

    It was founded by donations from Japanese students and often invites Japanese artists to create public art for the students.

    One of the people it invited was Yusuke Asai, who makes designs like this.

    He used eight different types of local mud, dirt and dust to make this design.

    The design eventually washed away, but what a classroom.

    This is another of his patterns: “The indoor forest / The ground story” – made with masking tape and pen.

    And this is "Mud painting: large mountain", which was made with mud and water.