Wajukuu is a community based organization based in Nairobi, lunga-lunga slum. The group is composed of artist living and working within the same community where Wajukuu studio is based. Our inspiration of mural paint is driven by the activities, congestion and culture of Nairobi’s slums stories. We been painting murals for about four year, this was after Wajukuu artist realizing the need of our community’s thirst of visual art role in communicating our social life and our diverse as a community, and society living in the urban slum settlements. Through this Wajukuu have been working out to improve the role of art and understanding of it through the approach of big murals on the walls along the path where everyone passes by. Our greatest interest is to see our people wake up every day to see paintings talking to them with the language they understand and of their normal surrounding rather than that of billboard and advertisement of things to consume. Our vision is to offer the people in the community quality knowledge of life which they don’t get to see while they go through it in day to day activity. We are like a mirror of the society we are living in. This goes along with the group vision which is to create alternative to youths and children through art skills. We believe that opening the eye of our people through art is to build a strong, informed, critical and creative society.