Malaysian artist spends 9 months painting six-storey KL building by himself


Fadzlan's Tree Of Hope large-scale mural at Indah UPC, Old Klang Road in Kuala Lumpur. Photo: Dipapansembilan Studio

For Fadzlan Rizan Johani, it really was a “before-and-after” photo that made people sit up and notice his work.

There’s a large-scale mural on the six-storey Indah UPC’s facade, all lush and green with hornbills and owls peeking through wildflowers, oil palms and ferns.

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