Located at a small alley off Keng Kwee Street (Lebuh Keng Kwee) (where the famous chendul stall is located), this recent mural can be found right behind the Ming Xiang Tai Pastry Shop at Penang Road, George Town. The mural depicts two children trying to take a ride on the pastry shop’s cart. Another similar but more popular mural can be found at Ming Xiang Tai Pastry Shop’s outlet at Armenian Street Ghaut.
This street art depicting two children chasing after a gorilla on a scooter, while an orang utan is looking on from a street pole, can be found at a small alley at the Ayer Itam town. The art mural appears to be created for a convenience store called Daily Shop.
A recent art mural painted at an alley behind an old printing warehouse at Chulia Street Ghaut in George Town. This art work is created in collaboration by St. Xavier’s Institution, Homesoy and Vilmedia and depicts an old lady at a soy milk stall serving bowls of soy milk to children. This art work can be found just beside Children on the Swing mural.
Arguably the three most famous art murals as painted (and repainted again early this year) by Ernest Zacharevic, taken at night in George Town.
For the street arts location, please go here: https://travel2penang.wordpress.com/2013/11/04/penang-street-art-map-part-1/
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/.
Can you spot which is the street art?
This street art can be found at Armenian Street Ghaut or for more info, go here: https://travel2penang.wordpress.com/2014/02/15/penang-street-art-children-from-the-window/.