Hand pulled rickshaws which was invented in Japan used to be the main means of transport in Penang in the very early days, as the name suggested, a runner would use his leg power to pull the carriage at the back which can seat two passengers. The art that I encountered here is not a drawing on the wall but it is an art made from metal. Pieces were soldered together to form a picture like so in my picture shown below. The arts that you find around Armenian street sides more towards cartoon type which gives fun to the visitors so you will see rickshaw got ripped apart while the passengers still stuck behind the narrow doorway with the runner running on.
The picture I’m going to share below was taken by 16-35mm f2.8L USM on 5D II. You can expect cars parking alongside the wall arts like these, so it has to depend on your luck when you are there.