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Published: Friday November 15, 2013 MYT 12:52:00 PM
Updated: Friday November 15, 2013 MYT 1:39:07 PM

Netizens show humour with "politically-correct" Zacharevic graffiti

Artwork by Philip Chin

Artwork by Philip Chin

PETALING JAYA: More creative netizens took up the The Star Online’s challenge to give their own fun-filled "politically-correct" take on Ernest Zacharevic's graffiti in Taman Molek, Johor Baru.

The original piece showed a knife-wielding man waiting at a street corner for his female victim.

However, due to criticisms that the artwork depicted a crime-ridden place, Zacharevic used his Facebook page and uploaded an edited version via photoshop by replacing the knife with a bunch of flowers.

Zacharevic, who gained fame locally for his works, including the Bicycle Boy drawing, in Penang, had also painted two other pieces along Jalan Ros Merah in Taman Johor Jaya here.

Below are 10 works from our netizens:

Artwork by Kevin Poh

Artwork by Lim Soon Hwi

Artwork by Peter Brandon

Artwork by KennyTeoh


Artwork by Julie Cheng

Artwork by Jason Seow

Artwork by Iman Sofea Mohamad


Artwork by Francis Tan


Artwork by Dexter Patrick
Artwork by Philip Chin

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