Ernest Zacharevic’s works have been spotted along the walls of Kampong Glam and Joo Chiat.
While British guerrilla graffiti artist Banksy was busy festooning the streets of the Big Apple with his art in October, Lithuanian street artist Ernest Zacharevic made Singapore walls his canvas.
Commissioned by marketing company amcasia!, Zacharevic’s works have been spotted in Kampong Glam and Joo Chiat.
But this is not the first time Zacharevic has left his mark here. In 2012, he painted a mural on the side wall of a shophouse facing Perak Hotel in Little India.
Zacharevic, 27, has also done installations in Japan, Norway, Italy, and Lithuania, and is best known for the playful interactive art pieces that he created for the 2012 George Town Festival in Penang, where he is based.
Click on to see his works of art in Singapore.
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