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- Chin Tze Wei (Leader)
- Yee Algel
- Siau See Sing
- Thun Shao Xun
- Tee Hing Nian
Mural Art
Presentation
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What is Mural Art?
Mural art is one of the two major
categories of Paleolithic art with
portable art and consists of pa...
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To summarize it :
Mural art is a very large image, such as paintings and
it is presented directly on the wall.
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Therefore,
Mural art was actually started since 30,000 BC
Origin : Southern France
First Found in Chauvet cave
Type ...
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What are the purposes?
Living cultures
Religions
Hunting skills
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In Modern Days,
People have got different ideas on mural arts.
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Boy on a Bike
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Before the mural was painted
Boy on a Bike
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Artist- Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuanian)
Located at Ah Quee Street, in George Town, Penang
Date- 2012
 I...
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The Meaning Behind It
The street of Penang is always busy and
crowded with vehicles.
Always be careful when walking o...
Overall View
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Little Boy with Pet Dinosaur
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Depicts a small boy taking his dinosaur for a
walk.
The dinosaur was not painted by Erne...
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Concepts Applied
Non verbal Communication.
Connotative meaning:
 The fact that the dinosaur is rendered in the form ...
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The Awaiting Trishaw Pedaler
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Artist- Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuanian)
Located at Upper Penang Road, George Town,
Penang
2012
15.2 m by 15.2 m (lar...
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The Awaiting Trishaw Pedaler
Freedom
Always be happy
Money is not the most important thing in
our lives
Reflects to...
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Concepts Applied
Connotative meaning:
 Protect the culture of Penang, trishaw paddler.
Non verbal communication
Sel...
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Giant Cat Mural
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Giant Cat Mural
Artist- Artists for Stray Animals
Located at Armenian Street Ghaut
2013
The cat was named skippy wi...
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Giant Cat Mural
Encourages us to love cats
Against animal abuse and bullies
Reminds us to take good care of our pets
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Giant Rat Mural
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Giant Rat Mural
Artist : Unknown
It is hiding around the corner, avoiding the
giant cat on the adjoining wall.
Locat...
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Giant Rat Mural
Avoid unhygienic animals such as rats.
Make sure that your back street is always
clean.
Keep your pl...
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Concepts Applied
Perception Process
Non verbal communication, Substituting
Channel - Mural Art, Mass Communication.
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Eye contacts between the cat and rat
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Concepts Applied
• Connotative meaning:
 Create awareness of the needs to protect
animals and get people to foster lov...
Conclusion
Most concepts involved in the mural arts:
 Connotative meaning
 Non verbal communication
 Subjective percep...
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  1. 1. 1 - Chin Tze Wei (Leader) - Yee Algel - Siau See Sing - Thun Shao Xun - Tee Hing Nian Mural Art Presentation
  2. 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. 3 To summarize it : Mural art is a very large image, such as paintings and it is presented directly on the wall.
  4. 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. 5 What are the purposes? Living cultures Religions Hunting skills
  6. 6. 6 In Modern Days, People have got different ideas on mural arts.
  7. 7. 7 Boy on a Bike
  8. 8. 8 Before the mural was painted
  9. 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. 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. 11. Overall View 11
  12. 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. 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. 14 The Awaiting Trishaw Pedaler
  15. 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. 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. 17 Concepts Applied Connotative meaning:  Protect the culture of Penang, trishaw paddler. Non verbal communication Self perception. Non Verbal Cues ( Status)
  18. 18. 18 Giant Cat Mural
  19. 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. 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. 21 Giant Rat Mural
  22. 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. 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. 24 Concepts Applied Perception Process Non verbal communication, Substituting Channel - Mural Art, Mass Communication.
  25. 25. 25 Eye contacts between the cat and rat
  26. 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. 27. Conclusion Most concepts involved in the mural arts:  Connotative meaning  Non verbal communication  Subjective perception Appreciate the mural arts. 27
  28. 28. 28 Thank you
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