Every corner and alley of George Town can be seen as a portrait of forgotten time and history.
Several art works found on the walls of this ruined heritage house in the now cleared Maxwell Road, George Town. This was one of the locations used for the Different Strokes street art festival too.
An old back alley at Acheen Street.
Ah Quee Street (Lebuh Ah Quee), is an old street in George Town which is named after Kapitan China Chung Keng Kwee. An influential figure during his time, Kapitan Chung Keng Kwee (also known as ‘Ah Kwee’, hence the street name) presented this street to the local municipality after having demolished his shophouses to make way for the road.
A few murals can be found on the ancient walls of the street such as the popular one by Ernest Zachaveric as shown below;
Random blue lines painted on the ground of an alley at Chulia Street, George Town
And yes, I’d like to think this as a street art of some sort rather than just random blue paint lines, haha.