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Kangar Street Art Photos

Posted by Hisham
Saturday 04 February 2017 at 5:15 pm.
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I was busy all through to the end of 2016 that I was oblivious to stuff happening in Kangar. For example, I recently discovered an alley near the centre of town which had been adorned by colourful streetart apparently painted by schoolchildren from all over Malaysia.

I thought I would take a couple of photos for documentation's sake, because this must have been a really fun event for the attendees.

The title artwork as one enters the alley.

This one looks pretty lively.

It appears one of the artist is a student from Irfan's school.

Artists from Labuan and Perlis painted this betta.

Ducks are flying out of the frame in this artwork by Kelantanese students.

A Vespa by Putrajaya artists.

Some funky psychedelic designs by Terengganu students.

From Sabah is a painting of an aerial-naval warfare on the high seas.

I would guess that the title for the Selangor students' work is Membanting Padi.

Ooh! A painting of the Cave of Dramatic Lighting that breaks the fourth wall!!!

Taiping was where I was born.

The topic for this piece appears to be insects.

Sila used to play a lot of zero point when we were in school, I recall.

The Penang artwork is of two boys bubu-fishing.

Finally, the artwork by the Kuala Lumpur participants. I wish I was able to watch the murals being painted during the event.

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