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Several local and international artists have made their mark on the Tai Ping Shan Street walls. Many of the works were commissioned for the annual HKWALLS event. It pays to look down the lanes running off Tai Ping Shan Street, where you'll find more works like this cartoon robot by UK based artist, 45RPM - Foto Tai Ping Shan Street, Hong Kong

Foto: Several local and international artists have made their mark on the Tai Ping Shan Street walls. Many of the works were commissioned for the annual HKWALLS event. It pays to look down the lanes running off Tai Ping Shan Street, where you'll find more works like this cartoon robot by UK based artist, 45RPM

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Several local and international artists have made their mark on the Tai Ping Shan Street walls. Many of the works were commissioned for the annual HKWALLS event. It pays to look down the lanes  running off Tai Ping Shan Street, where you'll find more works like this cartoon robot by UK based artist, 45RPM
Several local and international artists have made their mark on the Tai Ping Shan Street walls. Many of the works were commissioned for the annual HKWALLS event. It pays to look down the lanes  running off Tai Ping Shan Street, where you'll find more works like this strange, exploding creature by Italian Artist, Barlo.
Historically, Tai Ping Shan was a seedy and squalid area. These days, it’s still gritty but the street and surrounding area is an eclectic mix of hipster cafes, wine bars and pop-up retailers and galleries sitting alongside old temples, joss sticks and street art.
Several local and international artists have made their mark on the Tai Ping Shan Street walls. Many of the works were commissioned for the annual HKWALLS event. At one end, local artist Zlism (Zoie Lam) has painted a quirky, fun scene running along a flight of stairs as part of HKWalls 2018.
Several local and international artists have made their mark on the Tai Ping Shan Street walls. Many of the works were commissioned for the annual HKWALLS event. "Stories of the Earth" by the Vayeda brothers is a large-scale work based on Indian folk and tribal art.
Door gods guard the entrance to a traditional temple on Tai Ping Shan Street.
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