29.02.2012 | 畫出彩虹

[Volume 7 Issue 2, #1339]
如果你最近有去中央藝術坊一帶, 應該會見到條河兩堤岸, 有一班(市政府請返嚟嘅??)人係烈日當空之下作畫.. 之前處處禁止嘅街頭作畫, 今日終於登上大堂, 我係非常之開心㗎.. 因為我好欣賞呢種極具個人創意嘅藝術, 尤其畫家單憑一支噴漆, 就可以畫出自己嘅一片彩虹.. 呢幅有兩公里長嘅作畫, 喺鬧市中的確係壯觀呀, 鼓掌~~ :)
if you hang around central market recently, you should be able to see some (city hall employed??) people painting on the walls by the river.. those seen as graffiti back in those days are now finally appreciated by the authority, i actually feel very happy about this.. because i really like this kind of creative art, especially salute the artists who can draw a world of their own with just a can of paint.. almost 2km long, this wall of paintings is definitely an awesome sight amidst the bustling city center, claps to those who painted them~~ :)
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59 comments:

  1. Selamat Pagi All Bloggers!

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    1. I thot can be first here today but Twilight Man beats me. xD

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    2. Morning everyone! :)

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    3. Sorry la, let me have the crown just for today. I have been typing non stop work since 7 am. Heh heh....

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    4. Salam Tea Time SOON! :D

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  2. Where is Lina, Yvonne and Darth Vader? Must be sleeping tightly under blankets...cooooo

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    1. Hahahah... you are a bit early. I'm here!!! ;p

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    2. Hellooo Lina! Yeah I was up at 7am to start working on computer today. So kesian me!

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    3. I start working at 8.30... been busy since. Now steal some time from my lunch.

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    4. *sigh* I become Driver for every Wednesday for my sister and my brother . . . :/ Drive sis to work and drive bro after school lol

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    5. wah! Kian Fai so good one! I wish I have someone to drive me around when I wasa young. ;)

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    6. Twilight Man & Yvonne so darn hardworking. 7am, I not yet take shower owh! LOL

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    7. @lina lol so you must be the eldest in your family? :P

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    8. @Kian Fai,
      Yalor.... everything oso must do on my own. ;)

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  3. I want to see the paintings since you loved it. Take me there quick. Maybe I must look for Dayabumi building first and then the river banks.

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  4. This wall murals painting concept is nothing new in overseas where it became tourist attractions. I heard the famous ones are in Bondi Beach - Sydeney and St.Antonio - Texas. Anyone been there to see?

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  5. If the artists didn't paint on them, I guess that stretch of river banks will look boring and dead. Now it is alive! Hooray! Thambee can bring Kamala to stroll there while munching steamed nuts and jagung! Niak! Niak!

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  6. I suggest Thambee invite the bloggers there to paint our own subjects! We will become famous ok!

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  7. The other day I went to cruise at Melaka's River Banks and saw such mural paintings too! They were in larger sizes using the back of the buildings as canvas. The river cruise was great and I loved the city and kampong view from river. You all must go too! Only RM10 ringgit - worth it.

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    1. Wah! You make me so interested to go on the Melaka River cruise. :)

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  8. 想这类“艺术”要怎样maintenance呢?
    是过一段时间之后画新的吗?
    如果只是一部分掉色的话,补上去不是很奇怪吗?

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  9. I do see a lot of these overseas..it's a creative art

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  10. Graffiti must be done by the artists themselves and not some bandaraya people. It has to be from the heart, as self-expression. When we were in Europe, we see lots of beautiful (and some ugly) graffiti and each of them tells a story.

    But this is a great start lah. I agree with Twilight Man about the Melaka river cruise. I simply love the mural that tells the history of Melaka.

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  11. The blue background brings out the graffiti. Nice.

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  12. I admire those very creative artists too. I never an artist, but my girls are. Thank God.

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  13. 以前啲人系夜晚偷偷畫既...

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  14. 以前系Central Market影靚女相,用啲壁畫做背景,效果都幾唔錯下。

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  15. that's beside the river, often see people hanging around there, but didn't really take a look at the painting yet :)

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  16. I love the graffiti in Australia - their writings on the wall. Very witty, funny, very tastefully done. Always enjoy reading them in the toilets... LOL!!!

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  17. I've seen some graffiti in my area too. The artists drew on the infamous Taiping zoo side-gate. Last year, they drew a alice-in-wonderland look-alike rabbit to represent rabbit year. This year they changed to a dragon :)

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  18. I should have take picture then. Beautiful arts ought to be apprieciated, right?

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    1. Yes please! Share share! :)

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  19. Wow got street art along the Klang River! Must be police tangkap those people who simply conteng the wall and ask them to do that at there LOL!

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  20. Yes, they are very artistic and talented...

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  21. 畫得幾靚,我一直都好buy呢個舉止。難得可以通過,值得一讚!

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  22. ooo 很就没搭LRT了,你不讲还真不知。。。

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  23. And good thing that the murals aren't painted with Government propaganda.... you know where in front of everything also got 1? xD

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  24. If govt. do those, Waste of time and waste money on those color paint. Why not spend those money on helping those people who got no house to stay? lol

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  25. Should hire people like me and draw the wall, it would be more wonderful and more peaceful LMAO!

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    1. Come draw on my wall lah... I pay you with snacks. Can? ;p

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    2. Not snack please! I want Pasta :D

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  26. Those painter should learn art from me okays! lol I can teach FOC! (najib paying secretly lol)

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  27. I always think such creative art is amazing. And, I know that sometimes the artists are hired to paint walls of a building just to add some decoration on to the walls.

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  28. 係吖,咁快又换新画?嗰日我落Pasar Seni站都冇见到吖!

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  29. 係就好囉,可以美化市容!

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  30. 咁啲街头艺术家迷有机会同空间大显身手囉!

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  31. 唔知今次啲题材会唔会敏感呢?呵呵呵~~~

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  32. 查实话係请返嚟都应该畀机会佢哋只有发挥咁先至会睇到创意吖!

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  33. 两公里长嘅壁畫喺鬧市中的確係壯觀呀,自从半山芭监狱嘅壁畫走入历史之后,再冇睇到咁壮观嘅场面囉!

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  34. 马来西亚其实有好多涂鸦艺术家,只不过太少空间畀佢哋发挥!应该畀多啲平台呢班艺术工作者!

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  35. 外国嘅涂鸦文化比我哋更开放更文明好多,呢度算係起步啫!

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  36. 如果有空间畀佢哋自由发挥,相信啲作品会交足功课,创意无限!

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  37. 不过,完成之后都要拍低佢做记录,唔知道几时又会被有心人士铲除!呵呵呵~~~

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  38. if given the budget and ample bright paint, then it's beautiful and should be appreciated. But there are som graffitis here which are just sprayed paint by vandals, that one not so cool. ehhe

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  39. Wah so fast NEW LAYOUT DI!

    Concept is green and weed :D lol

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  40. 2km drawing sap sap water la, ok later got banjir then whole painting might get GG from the dirty water :/ sad case for them already hahahaha

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  41. they might employ some comic people who draw the painting, so influence towards some malay comic from the painting drawing style lol . . .

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