Harry Putter RTC Mural
Poesy’s public murals are of her iconic Harry Putter aka the Rooftop Cat who finally found a breakthrough and launched his flight to the moon on a magic broom.
Her street art appear in international cities through guerrilla efforts, community collaborations & public commissions.
This body of work expands on her objectives to make art accessible to all walks of society.
Harry Putter RTC in Manila
Ivanna Aguiling-Dela Torre founder of ArtCAN invited Poesy to join her crusade to clean up the 18th Street in Cubao, Quezon City.
After brewing this project for 9 months, Poesy finally got to Manila. She produced the Harry Putter RTC in less than 2 hours on Friday and also agreed to become an advisor to ArtCAN.
Harry Putter RTC in New York
Find this piece at First Street Green Art Park. Poesy completed this wall in the winter sunshine at -1’C. The day she left NYC was the only sunny day Brooklyn artist Jonathan Neville of @fsgpark helped her fix the white canvas. She gratefully detailed my work and was finally satisfied to leave for the airport. It would have been a wasted trip otherwise. This is the cherry topping of her 2019!
Harry Putter RTC in Kuala Lumpur
In conjunction with International Women’s Day, Poesy made a special tribute to Yayasan Chow Kit by producing the Harry Putter RTC mural at their PAKK premise, to commemorate 6 years of collaboration with Poesy’s Helping Angels 善行天使 Tuesday Art program.
Harry Putter RTC in Singapore
Harry Putter RTC pops up in Singapore’s 195 Pearl’s Hill Terrace, a former police bunker that housed the Combined Operations Room where all 999 calls in Singapore were once answered from 1956 to 1988. This job received the endorsement of the Ministry Of Home Affairs.
Harry Putter RTC in Malacca
This is Poesy’s first piece of guerilla street art, done on October 5th 2017 in Malacca, Malaysia
The intention is that it shall bring joy to the community, locals and tourists alike, and also to offer art to all walks of life – not just catering to the elites.
Harry Putter RTC in Malacca (Re-ink)
Poesy returned to Malacca in 2020 to re-ink her first RTC mural, after 3 years. She travelled interstate when covid19 restrictions were lifted but was met with unfavourable weather conditions. She returned a week later and completed the re-ink.