A large mural painted by Canadian street artist Emmanuel Jarus depicting a boy having a bowl of cendol, a popular traditional dessert in Penang. This mural is the artist’s second artwork, with the first being the “Looking Up” mural painted on the wall of 1st Avenue mall, George Town.
This art work in Keng Kwee Street can be found right at the spot where Penang’s famous Teochew Chendul stall is located.
A large street art mural near Armenian Street that ‘teaches’ a basic Hokkien sentence. Hokkien is a Chinese language dialect that is widely spoken by majority of the Chinese people in Penang.
This large surreal mural featuring a little boy seated with an ice cream was painted by a Mexican street artist by the name of Facte or Facteone.
The beautiful art work can be found located at Tye Sin Street (Lebuh Tye Sin) near the junction of C.Y. Choy Road, George Town, and is just right next to the Girl in Tee art mural.
This huge art mural was recently completed on the side of the wall of the new 118 Hotel MacAlister, which is located along MacAlister Road in George Town. It depicts a boy having a bowl of noodles with a squirrel on top of his cap. With the bright orange wall, this mural or building can be easily spotted if one travels along MacAlister Road or along Lorong Baru (New Lane).
One of the murals drawn by Ernest Zacharevic at an abandoned wall of the Hin Company Bus Depot building.
A black and white emotive portrait of a little boy painted by an artist named Julia Volchkova. This recent mural can be found at one of the building (next to a small alley) at the Prangin Canal area. It is also located nearby the set of murals along Magazine Road Ghaut.
For this mural’s location, please click HERE.