Arguably the most popular spot in George Town, this hour of the night proves to be a good opportunity to take photo of the famous street art mural ‘Children on a Bicycle’, drawn by Ernest Zacharevic.
For the location, please visit https://travel2penang.wordpress.com/2013/11/04/penang-street-art-map-part-1/.
This mural located at a ruined abandoned house in central George Town is a collaboration work between Ernest Zacharavic and an artist named Etoja for the Urban Xchange: Crossing Over festival held in Penang last year.
A mural featuring a portrait of an old man (a local silversmith) found at the wall of an old shophouse in the Balik Pulau town. This ‘reverse graffiti’ mural is painted with using just water by Ernest Zacharevic, the artist who started the famous street art in George Town, Penang. This is his contribution to the Urban Xchange conference held last November in Penang.
A view of the Acheen Street Mosque‘s turret as well as the popular ‘A Boy Reaching Up’ mural of Ernest Zacharevic at the wall of the house on the right.
This mural of a little girl in white dress was painted by Ernest Zacharevic, the famous street artist.
For more info on the mural, please go HERE.
The ever popular wall mural which depicts two kids riding a bicycle at Armenian Street, was painted by Ernest Zacharevic. For its location, please refer to the map HERE.
Close up photos can also be found here and here.
This bollard at Soo Hong Lane has a new cartoon makeover – Marge Simpson of The Simpsons.
For the previous incarnation of the bollard, you may refer to A Pillar of Minions and The Voting Finger
One of the murals drawn by Ernest Zacharevic at an abandoned wall of the Hin Company Bus Depot building.
A wall painting in Straits Quay by famous artist Ernest Zacharevic. This is painting is similar to the one from his exhibition and the one near Mansion 32.
A pair of young ladies cycling past the Ah Quee street mural.