The fest showcased the work of over 100 artists from across the nation in a custom art competition
New Delhi: Detailing Devils, a globally recognized auto detailing company, hosted the first ever Moto Craft Fest in India. It was an initiative by LumiLor India (powered by Detailing Devils Pvt Ltd.) to promote Custom Artwork for the automotive industry in the country. The art extravaganza, took place on the 12th and 13thof May, 2018 at Noida Studio, Sector 1, showcased the work of over 100 artists from the country.
The main attraction of the Moto Craft Fest was the “Paint and Create” competition for young enthusiasts and artists, giving them an opportunity to showcase their innovative designs and creativity. Pete Dedus COO, LumiLor USA judged the competition and awarded Nisha Verma, from Delhi, a freelancer artist who has worked in prop tiger, Indus valley, etc. as the winner of the competition. She was facilitated with a cash prize of INR Rs 1 Lac along with an opportunity to get training from the Lumilor Academy.
The competition also declared Veeraj Patil from Maharashtra and Narendra Kumar from Hapur, Uttar Pradesh as the First and Second Runner-up respectively. Shawn Mastrian CEO Lumilor, also shared his experience about organizing the Fest for the first time in India and the potential he foresees in the Indian Market.
Excited about the first ever Motocraft fest, Saurabh Ahuja, Director, Detailing Devils said, “We felt really proud hosting the fest in association with LumiLor India. The event provided the artists across India a common platform to demonstrate their talent to the entire world and proved to be a huge success with the presence of young artists, creators, designers and enthusiasts.”
Other attractions included, the Knight Ride from Detailing Devils Noida Studio that grabbed eyeballs of the audience. To add more, guests were also excited about Devils Air- India’s first air piston based suspension system. The launch of Custom Made Beggar- The Bad Boi and Curtain Raiser for the LumiLor Academy were also the talk of the town.