The small back streets and lanes in Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur is a haven for graffiti artists who use these walls as their painting canvas to express their ideas, thoughts, frustrations and designs. Graffiti artists such as @cloakwork, @drewfunk and @katun_ are well represented here in this area and it is well worth the time to wander slowly around this area to appreciate the depth and detail that goes into these graffiti.
Here is a selection of these beautiful and colourful graffiti works which turn the normally dull, dirty dark back lanes into colourful and vibrant art galleries.
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