A collaborative art mural painted on the wall of Sekolah Kebangsaan Tan Sri P. Ramlee, a primary school located at Brick Kiln Road, George Town. This art work is painted by several artists during the Different Strokes Street Art festival in 2015. The school is also located next to the Hin Bus Depot.
UPDATED – November 2015.
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The area map of Raja Uda Road (or Jalan Raja Uda). Raja Uda is one of the major roads of Butterworth, Penang and is popular for the many eateries, shops and houses lining along the long road.
Recently, the road is also the host to several large street art murals;
Giant Abstract Mural by Sabek
Abstract Patterned Butterfly by Nafir
The Man and the Turtles by Martin Ron.
For other street art locations, please click HERE.
A wall art mural painted by Muebon (aka Bon) of Thailand during the Different Strokes street art festival. This artwork can be found on the back wall of an old building located along Noordin Street in George Town.
Another mural painted by Muebon of Thailand during the Different Strokes street art festival. This artwork can be found on the other half of the side door of Hin Bus Depot in George Town.
A mural painted by Alexface of Thailand during the Different Strokes street art festival. This artwork can be found on the side door of Hin Bus Depot in George Town.
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.
A large mural depicting the face of a bearded man painted by UK artist Gabriel Pitcher in conjunction with the Different Strokes street art festival held in Penang a couple of months ago. This art work can be found at Muntri Street, George Town.
A wall mural painted by street art artist Alexface from Thailand. This art work can be found at the side staircase of Nagore Mews in Nagore Square, George Town.
For this street art location, please go HERE.
A stencil art work located within Hin Bus Depot done by Nafir, an Iranian street artist who was one of the several invitees for the Different Strokes Street art festival.