|Lion Dance (Armenian Street),|
in front of a souvenir and ice-ball shop.
I was staying in the Armenian Street vicinity of Georgetown, which is the best place to start hunting for murals. A number of shop fronts sport these murals, and they range from pretty refined to pretty witty. None were offensive, and few if any made some form of social commentary.
|Cat and Mouse, and Chinese wayang|
(Armenian Street & Lorong Soo Hong)
|Boy reaching out, and Girl on a swing|
|A really elaborate cartoon|
on Chinese mythology (Lebuh Cannon),
near the gateway to the Khoo Kongsi.
|Marge Simpson (Lorong Soo Hong),|
fronting Georgetown's narrowest named road.
|Animal murals (alleys behind Armenian Street),|
back entrance to the Edelweiss Cafe.
|There seems to be a recurring Cat & Mice theme|
in the murals (Armenian Street).
|Cat Procession, on the grounds of Cheah Kongsi|
(Corner of Armenian Street and Lebuh Pantai).
|The remaining mural at Chew Jetty,|
which I'll title Melvyn Tan and Granny.
|The Minion and steel street history sign|
(Lebuh Ah Quee).
|Smart way to decorate a drain pipe|
and T.Rex meal (Lebuh Ah Quee).
There was formerly a mural of a boy
walking a dinosaur on a leash,
but it looks like the T.Rex got hungry!
|Unpainted wall on Lebuh Ah Quee.|