The Lithuanian-born artist had beautiful wall painting and welded iron wall caricatures all over Georgetown area are left as wonderful souvenirs to Malaysians. The project is funded by George Town Festival while the paints were sponsored by a paint company, Murobond. The hit of finding the artworks had become one of our activities during our visits in Penang.
Cannon Hole @ Lebuh Cannon
Reaching Up @ Cannon Street
"This Old Man" Mural @ Armenian Street
Tua Pek Kong Hneoh Grand Float Procession in the year of Tiger @ Lebuh Armenian
Little Children on a Bicycle @ Armenian Street
This should be local's street art.
Boy on a Bike @ Ah Quee Street ; it was actually a kid with pet dinosaur chasing a kid on a motorcylist.
Lady Opera Singer at side alley off Ah Quee Street
AH QUEE? @ Ah Quee Street
Children Playing Basketball @ Chulia Street Ghaut
Children On A Swing at Step By Step Lane off Chulia Street Ghaut
Searching for artwork under hot sun was really tiring and we headed to have ice-cream to reduce the heat before going to Chow Jetty for the final mural: “Children in a Boat".
We were sad to find that the wall painting “Children in a Boat" was not in a good condition where the children faces were hardly seen.
This is a link to an interactive map showing locations of the Street Art of Penang -
Penang Street Art Interactive Map Link