Jousting Painters Mural by Ernest Zacharevic


Street artist Ernest Zacharevic ( has been dubbed the Malaysian Banksy. Born in Lithuania and based in Penang, the 20-something artist has garnered a global following for his fantastically playful, interactive street art. This giant mural features two very real-looking boys prepared for battle on brightly painted horses.

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