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Street Art In Kuala Lumpur #tanahairku - Intersection of Jln Tun H. S Lee & Jln Tun Tan Siew Sin

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Once called graffiti, street art has bloomed in Malaysia with many artists turning dull buildings into tourist attractions
Since Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacha­revic captured the hearts of many Malaysians through his wall paintings in Penang and Ipoh, the phenomenon has created a large following.
Intersection of Jalan Tun H.S Lee & Jalan Tun Tan Siew Sin
Bright and bold colours were chosen by artists Phiberwryte Connection alongside three strong words “Makmur, Luhur and Teguh” representing the energy of today’s youth.
The piece covers the facade of a popular Chinese restaurant selling beef ball noodles in the city at night.
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