Miss Me

Slogan: “artful vandalism”

Miss Me is mostly a wheatpaste artist, at least as far as the street is concerned. For more information on the artist check out miss-me-art.com as well as her Facebook and Instagram pages.

Miss Me produit principalement des collages, du moins en ce qui concerne l’art de rue. Pour de plus amples informations sur l’artiste, jetez un coup d’oeil à miss-me-art.com ainsi qu’à ses pages Facebook et Instagram.


Portrait Of A Vandal

Miss Me’s “Portrait Of A Vandal” is a self-portrait which gets regularly redesigned and reinvented by the artist.

Le “Portrait d’une vandale” de Miss Me est un autoportrait auquel l’artiste retourne régulièrement et réinvente.

The original Portrait Of A Vandal.

One of the 2015 variations.

Another one of the 2015 variations.

Another one of the 2015 variations.

Another one of the 2015 variations.

Another one of the 2015 variations.

A 2016 variation with drawings covering most of the body. See close-up details below.

Detail #1 of the 2016 variation shown above. Click on image to zoom in.

Detail #2 of the 2016 variation shown above. Click on image to zoom in.

A 2016 variation.

A 2016 variation.

Abandoned porn cinema takeover with wheatpaste variations of Miss Me’s Portrait Of A Vandal, for the 2017 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Detail of the above abandoned cinema takeover.

For the Surfaces outside artshow.


Musical saints

Marvin Gaye

Same as above, unpainted.

Ella Fitzgerald

2Pac

Another version of 2Pac.

Billie Holiday

Another Billie Holiday, coloured in.

A different Billie Holiday.

As above, in colour.

Amy Winehouse

George Gershwin

Miles Davis.

Another version of Miles Davis.

An earlier version of Miles Davis.

Miles Davis over an older one of Nina Simone (see variation below), and surrounded with other pastes from Turtle Caps (top left), WhatIsAdam (top right) and 52Hz (bottom).

Nina Simone

A different version of Nina Simone.

Michael Jackson


Mural Festival 2017

Collaboration between photographer Aydin Matlabi and Miss Me for the 2017 edition of Mural Festival. See below for close-ups.

Collaboration between photographer Aydin Matlabi and Miss Me for the 2017 edition of Mural Festival (left half).

Collaboration between photographer Aydin Matlabi and Miss Me for the 2017 edition of Mural Festival (right half).


Don’t Tell Me What To Wear series

Mash-up between one piece from this “Don’t Tell Me What To Wear” series and a variation on her iconic “Portrait Of A Vandal”.


Under Pressure Festival 2016

Huge wheatpaste for the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. An earlier, smaller variation on this design can be seen in the ‘Other’ section below. Top left is one of Miss Me’s Portrait Of A Vandal (scroll up for close-up).


Leave Out Violence (2015)

For Leave Out Violence. More wheatpastes were added after this photo was taken, see next two photos below. Photo © Nickie Robinson.

For Leave Out Violence (detail). Photo © Miss Me.

For Leave Out Violence (detail). Photo © Miss Me.

For Leave Out Violence, side wall. Photo © Nickie Robinson.


Cabane à sucre secret gallery [2014]

Click on link for information on the Cabane à sucre secret gallery. Scroll up and down for variations on these designs.


Under Pressure Festival 2014

Takeover of the 180 Ste-Catherine East’s windows for the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. This is a general view, scroll down for close-ups.

Maya Angelou

Frida Kahlo

Helen Keller; scroll down for a painted wheatpaste variation of this design.

Nina Simone

Malala Yousafzai

Additional wheatpaste on boarded wall.

One of the 2 billboards for that year’s edition of the Festival.

The other one of the 2 billboards for that year’s edition of the Festival.


Mural Festival 2014 wheatpaste mural

(behind 3527 St-Laurent)

Montage of Miss Me’s musical saints at the back of the LNDMRK offices for the 2014 edition of Mural Festival. Scroll up to the “Musical Saints” section above for variations on the designs seen here.


Under Pressure Festival 2012

Most of the designs seen here were used again in different variations, scroll up and down to view.


Dessert For Breakfast series









(latter 4 photos © Miss Me)


Other

Wheatpaste of Leonard Cohen.

Huge wheatpastes of Leonard Cohen and Marie-Josephe Angélique.

Wheatpaste showing Betty Friedan.

One of Miss Me’s many variations on her ‘Statue Of LIEberty’ wheatpastes. Also see Under Pressure 2016 above.

Wheatpastes (top right and bottom left) on Kabane 77 around a mural by SBU One and MSHL.

More wheatpastes on Kabane 77. Scroll up for close-ups and variations on the designs used here.

Various wheatpastes on the boarded up Club Sandwich for the 2016 edition of the MTL En Arts festival.

An early design, painted variation.

Same design as above, black and white.

See next for an updated variation of this wheatpaste.

Same door as above, about a year later.

Helen Keller. Scroll up to the Under Pressure 2014 section for a black and white version of this design.

This Christmas 2015 piece addressed the subject of Syrian refugees. See ad-jacking section below for more on this subject.


Ad-jacking

This Christmas 2015 piece addressed the subject of Syrian refugees. Scroll up a bit for a wheatpaste variation of this.

Summer 2015.

Summer 2015.

Boxing Day 2014.

Boxing Day 2014; photo © Miss Me.


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