Category: Other Murals

Penang Street Art (The Cat and the ‘Bruce Lee’)

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Titled “The Real Bruce Lee Would Never Do This”, this wall mural is part of the 101 Lost Kittens art project to create awareness on the need to protect stray animals such as cats. This mural can be found behind a building at Ah Quee Street, George Town (or more specifically, behind the ‘motorcyclist boy mural‘ and ‘dying art‘ building).

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For the art’s location, please click HERE for the map.

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Penang Street Art (Rats Catcher)

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Found in an alley between two buildings along the famous Armenian Street, this mural is part of the 101 Lost Kittens project to create awareness on stray animals.

For the art’s location, please click HERE for the map.

Penang Street Art (The Lucky Cat Mural)

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Yet another cat mural located further down the road from the Giant Cat and Giant Rat murals along Armenian street. This cat mural is part of the 101 Lost Kittens project by by a local artist, created in conjunction with the George Town Festival 2013.

Penang Street Art (The Giant Rat)

Giant Rat Mural

Some time after the Giant Cat mural was completed, an anonymous artist painted a giant rat at the other side of the wall. The rat can be seen hiding from the cat at the corner of the building as shown in the picture below.

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For the art’s location, please click HERE for the map.

Penang Street Art (The Giant Cat)

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This Giant Cat mural is part of the 101 Lost Kittens project by by local artist Tang Yeok Khang along with his two friends, Natthaton Muangkliang from Thailand and Louise Low from Kuala Lumpur. Created in conjunction with the George Town Festival 2013, the project will have 12 street murals to be completed by June 29. The artists hope to help create a public awareness of the need to protect stray animals and to love their pets through their project. This giant mural can be found along Armenian Street, George Town.

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The mural proves to be a popular attraction for photography. For the art’s location, please click HERE for the map.

Penang Street Art (Back in the Old Days)

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Yet another wall mural painted by a local artist named Louis Gan. This mural depicts how people living on the second floor in the old days were getting their meal through a basket lifted out from the window of the house. This mural can be found at Kinta Lane, George Town.

For more of his art work, you may click HERE.

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Penang Street Art (Grandmother and Grandson)

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A mural depicting an old lady laughing with presumably her grandson on a wall of a house at the entrance to the Chew Jetty.
This mural was painted by a local artist named Simon Tan. For the art’s location, please click HERE for the map.

Penang Street Art (A Basketball Game)

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A wall art mural depicting two children playing basketball located just at the back of the old Kwong Wah Yit Poh building. The building is located along Chulia Street Ghaut and this mural was also done by local artist Louis Gan, the same local artist who painted the other mural across the street, Children on the Swing / Step by Step Lane.
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For the art’s location, please click HERE for the map.

Penang Street Art (A Wedding Mural)

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Spotted this wall mural at one of a building along Acheh Street, George Town.
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