An old man selling soya bean drink at a roadside stall in Kimberley Street, George Town.
A large art mural portraying an old fisherman mending a fishing net can be found at the side wall of an pre-war shophouse in Balik Pulau town, Penang. This amazing and vivid painting was done by Russian street artist Julia Volchkova. This is one of the two murals painted by her in Balik Pulau town.
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.
The large vivid mural behind the Klang Street signboard is painted by an artist named Julia Volchkova. The mural, which depicts an old man rowing a boat, can be found on the side wall of a house along Klang Street (Lebuh Klang). The large mural is hard to miss if one drives or walks along Stewart Lane.
This large vivid mural is the second painting by an artist named Julia Volchkova. The mural, which depicts an old man rowing a boat, can be found on the side wall of a house along Klang Street (Lebuh Klang). The large mural is hard to miss if one drives or walks along Stewart Lane.
Please refer to this MAP for the location.
An old man walking along the sidewalk of Pitt Street or now known as Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling, one of the historical and major roads in George Town, Penang.
This recent art mural is painted by a local artist, Simon Tan, is located at the side wall of Pinang’s Art Cafe at Kinta Lane. It depicts an old man laughing over something whispered by presumably his granddaughter.
This art work is located side by side with another existing mural drawn by another local artist named Louis Gan as shown above.
For the murals’ location map, go HERE.