Graffiti & Murals


There’s beautiful street art in all sorts of alleys in Wan Chai. New restaurants and cafes also contribute to lively wall mural scenes. Here’s my collection, to preserve them before the buildings get a new paint job, or worse, torn down for a new fancy mall. Perhaps there’ll be a Banksy or an Ernest Zacharevic of Hong Kong who can liven up these alleyways.

Seen at junction of Stone Nullah Lane and Queens Road East

Off St Francis Street, Wanchai
Seen next to Butcher’s club on Landale Street, Wan chai
“Who’s afraid of the…” seen off St. Francis Street, Wanchai
Seen on Sun Street, Sau Wa Fong Wanchai
Seen off Lee Tung Avenue near Johnston Road
Seen beside Cafe Locomotive on Thompson Street
“H”! ?!! Seen off Stone Nullah Lane towards Wanchai Gap Park
Seen between buildings on Hennessy Road between Anton St & Queens Road East Intersections
Kwan Kee Bird Shop, Tai Wong East Street
Kwan Kee Bird Shop, Tai Wong East Street
Share cafe, Swatow Street
Share cafe, Swatow Street
Graffiti on corner of Swatow St and Queens Road East
Graffiti on corner of Swatow St and Queens Road East
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mother and baby zebra
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mankind leap, kangaroo leaps
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octopus , aliens and metamorphosis
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black grey and red
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beauty and the beast

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