Currently touring through Southeastern Asia, Spanish artist Sabek just dropped us an email containing his latest street productions in Malaysia. Hailing from Madrid, Sabek creates large-scale works featuring his unique illustrative imagery playing with figures usually inspired by nature and animals. Reconvene after the jump to discover his other work and then make sure to
DALeast was recently invited by the Urban Xchange Festival in Penang, Malaysia to exercise his skills on the side of a large building close to the Hin Bus Depot.Working up high on his cherry picker, the Chinese artist spent a few days under the scorching heat to create a beautiful Phoenix painted using his signature
Along with Martin Ron or Ernest Zacharevic, our buddy Martin Whatson is also in Malaysia where he just dropped a series of new pieces somewhere on the busy streets of Penang.The popular Norwegian street artist brought to life some of his signature “graffiti” stencils including “Angel” and “Riot Cop”.Hit the jump for a closer look at
Martin Ron is currently in Malaysia where he spent the last few days working on this massive piece on the streets of Penang City.Painting in Raja Uda at the Hin Bus Depot Art Centre, the Argentinean street artist painted yet another impressive hyper-realistic mural. This is to date the largest mural ever painted in Malaysia.
Our friend RONE is currently in Malaysia where he spent the last few days working on a series of small pieces somewhere on the streets of Penang.In town for the Urban Xchange: Crossing Over street art festival organized by Urban Nation and the Hin Bus Depot, the popular Australian artist beautified the streets with his
After travelling throughout Europe for several events and festivals in 2014, Ernest Zacharevic is back on the streets of Malaysia where he’s been hard at work in Ipoh.As usual with his street works, Zacharevic is inviting people to interact with his work by taking pictures of their experience. The concept is as simple as can
After an installation in Kuching last month (covered), Ernest Zacharevic is back in Kuala Lumpur where he worked a few days on this massive new piece.The prolific Lithuanian street artist painted this piece which shows a young boy riding a traditional pirogue.As usual, more images are awaiting for your click below and check back with
While we last heard from him last week for the Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival in Italy (covered), Ernest Zacharevic is now back in Malaysia where he spent his Sunday afternoon working on a new series of pieces around Kuching.The talented Lithuanian painter brought back his interactive street art with this new piece showing a
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