Lithuanian street artist Ernest Zacharevic recently finished his month-long art residency in Malaysia, where he's been living for the past few years. This time, however, the artist made his way to the city of Ipoh, where he completed some truly exquisite pieces. 

Just as he did with his last show at Montana Gallery, Zacharevic captured the local people of Malaysia and their way of life in his latest series of murals. One of the local citizens' favorites was a piece entitled Never Mine, which the artist made using only black paint.

While Zacharevic portrayed some universal scenes of children at play (a common theme in his murals), he also captured some striking moments, specific to the people of Malaysia. In Nothing Lasts Forever, for instance, Zacharevic has painted the local practice of having coffee poured and taken to go in a plastic bag. Click through to see all of the pictures.

[via ArrestedMotion]

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