Another new steel rod art sculpture located at Love Lane. This steel rod caricature is newly installed as compared to the one on the opposite side, and it depicts how Love Lane is presently also a popular street known for its budget inns.
This steel rod sculpture located at Ah Quee Street can be found on a wall of an orange restaurant. It depicts how Nasi Kandar was being sold in the old days by Indian Muslims in Penang. The word Nasi Kandar, originated in the old days of Penang when nasi (rice) sellers would balance a kandar pole on their shoulder with two huge containers of rice meals or curry dishes.
A steel rod caricature installed at a building along Chulia Street Ghaut depicting the dual role performed by policemen of Penang island in the early 1900s who also acted as firefighters.
Steel rod caricature sculpture installed at the walls of Yeoh Kongsi, the Yeoh clan association/temple at Chulia Stret Ghaut in George Town.