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MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT
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MURAL ART PRESENTATION REPORT

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  • 1. 1 - Chin Tze Wei (Leader) - Yee Algel - Siau See Sing - Thun Shao Xun - Tee Hing Nian Mural Art Presentation
  • 2. 2 What is Mural Art? Mural art is one of the two major categories of Paleolithic art with portable art and consists of painting, engraving, sculpting and more.
  • 3. 3 To summarize it : Mural art is a very large image, such as paintings and it is presented directly on the wall.
  • 4. 4 Therefore, Mural art was actually started since 30,000 BC Origin : Southern France First Found in Chauvet cave Type : Ancient mural Oldest in History: Egypt tombs
  • 5. 5 What are the purposes? Living cultures Religions Hunting skills
  • 6. 6 In Modern Days, People have got different ideas on mural arts.
  • 7. 7 Boy on a Bike
  • 8. 8 Before the mural was painted
  • 9. Boy on a Bike 9 Artist- Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuanian) Located at Ah Quee Street, in George Town, Penang Date- 2012  It shows a boy hanging out on his motorcycle as he watches the pedestrian traffic passing by along the street.
  • 10. 10 The Meaning Behind It The street of Penang is always busy and crowded with vehicles. Always be careful when walking on the streets. When riding your motorbike, please wear a helmet just like the boy for safety precautions.
  • 11. Overall View 11
  • 12. Little Boy with Pet Dinosaur 12 Depicts a small boy taking his dinosaur for a walk. The dinosaur was not painted by Ernest, but he decided to add it on the boy, pretending he is taking his dinosaur.
  • 13. 13 Concepts Applied Non verbal Communication. Connotative meaning:  The fact that the dinosaur is rendered in the form of child-like graffiti expresses the creative mind of small children and how they merge fantasy with reality Channel: Mural, Mass Communication Non Verbal Code ( Body Movement and facial expression) First Impression
  • 14. 14 The Awaiting Trishaw Pedaler
  • 15. 15 Artist- Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuanian) Located at Upper Penang Road, George Town, Penang 2012 15.2 m by 15.2 m (largest artwork by Ernest in Penang)  Elderly trishaw paddler sitting in his vehicle, probably waiting for his customers The Awaiting Trishaw Pedaler
  • 16. 16 The Awaiting Trishaw Pedaler Freedom Always be happy Money is not the most important thing in our lives Reflects to one of the Culture in Penang.
  • 17. 17 Concepts Applied Connotative meaning:  Protect the culture of Penang, trishaw paddler. Non verbal communication Self perception. Non Verbal Cues ( Status)
  • 18. 18 Giant Cat Mural
  • 19. 19 Giant Cat Mural Artist- Artists for Stray Animals Located at Armenian Street Ghaut 2013 The cat was named skippy with a deformed leg It used to be a stray until she was rescued by the co- founder of Langkawi Animal Shelter and Sanctuary (LASSie). Part of 101 Lost Kittens Project
  • 20. 20 Giant Cat Mural Encourages us to love cats Against animal abuse and bullies Reminds us to take good care of our pets
  • 21. 21 Giant Rat Mural
  • 22. 22 Giant Rat Mural Artist : Unknown It is hiding around the corner, avoiding the giant cat on the adjoining wall. Located at Armenian Street Ghaut, 2013
  • 23. 23 Giant Rat Mural Avoid unhygienic animals such as rats. Make sure that your back street is always clean. Keep your place hygienic.
  • 24. 24 Concepts Applied Perception Process Non verbal communication, Substituting Channel - Mural Art, Mass Communication.
  • 25. 25 Eye contacts between the cat and rat
  • 26. 26 Concepts Applied • Connotative meaning:  Create awareness of the needs to protect animals and get people to foster loves for pets. • Non verbal communication, Substituting • Channel: mural, mass communication • Subjective perception
  • 27. Conclusion Most concepts involved in the mural arts:  Connotative meaning  Non verbal communication  Subjective perception Appreciate the mural arts. 27
  • 28. 28 Thank you

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