Malaysia, Travel, Weekly Photo Challenge

Repurpose: Street Art in Malaysia

During our 10 day stay in Malaysia we were impressed with the various kinds of street art springing to life around every corner. The way spaces in alleys, pedestrian paths, and buildings were filled with a smorgousboard of art was remarkable. I especially dug the way they used various mediums in their art, repurposing old objects to give them new life through their art.

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An old trishaw reused in Ipoh

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Traffic markers painted to resemble cigarettes in Penang

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An old swing set given new life as a favorite photo stop in Penang

In response to The Daily Post’s prompt, Repurpose

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