One of the many wall sculptured caricatures made of steel rods scattered around in George Town, Penang. This one is at Armenian Street, George Town.
A wall caricature made of steel rods at one of the buildings along Kapitan Keling Street, formerly known as Pitt Street in the heritage zone of George Town.
A steel rod wall caricature depicting the origin of the street’s name, Love Lane.
A wall caricature nearby the Leith Street-Muntri Street junction showing the place where the now famous Jimmy Choo started his shoe-making apprenticeship.
A steel rod caricature depicting the historical origin or story associated with a certain area in George Town.
With its acquired World Heritage status from UNESCO, street arts such as the above can be easily spotted at a corner of a street in George Town.