A recent addition to the series of street arts of George Town is this art mural of a couple riding a bicycle happily, painted by local artist Caryn Koh. Caryn Koh is also the girl featured in another large art mural (Looking Up) painted by street artist Jarus.
This particular art work can be found at Keng Kwee Street (or Lebuh Keng Kwee), the same street where the famous Penang Cendol stall is located.
A large art mural which depicts a man resting on a hammock which can be found on the wall of a green shophouse located in Macalister Lane, George Town.
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/.
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 blue cat drawing found at Armenian Street Ghaut area, opposite the Giant Cat art work.
Someone painted this mural of Oscar the Grouch from the popular children’s program Sesame Street at the metal door of a house along Toh Aka Lane.
This mural depicting children playing with each other can be found in Acheen Street, George Town.
For the map and location, please click HERE.
Spotted this ‘monster’ at a parking lot in Chulia Street.
Someone added a bit of creativity on a protruding broken pipe of an old building at Ah Quee street. This wall section used to be the canvas of another painting which had since faded.
Once upon a time inside Mugshot Cafe.