New street art and graffiti September 2014 part 2

September was busy for Montreal’s street artists, so here’s a second post about new pieces that have popped up or that have finally been completed during the last month.

Les artistes street de Montréal ont été assez occupés pendant le mois de septembre, ce qui justifie la publication d’un second article présentant les créations apparues au cours du dernier mois et celles qui ont finalement été achevées après plusieurs mois de travail.


Walls

mural by A’Shop on Gatineau corner Lacombe in Côte-des-neiges

mural by Five Eight on Laurier

mural by Rafael Sottolichio in park on the corner of Bélanger and Chateaubriand

mural by Annie Hamel on corner of Maisonneuve and Visitation

mural by Botkin on Savoie
(three other murals on Savoie are finished or in progress, stay tuned)

Free5 (left), Waxhead and Turtle Caps on Hotel de Ville

Stela and Selena Gomez representing the Witch Gang, in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.
(bottom left corner is by Swarm for Decolonizing Street Art)

Another piece was done by Stela on the Fairmount end of the same alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Oram 79 (left) and IAmBatman (right) on legal graffiti zone in tunnel on de Rouen
(both are already gone, covered with new graffiti)

graffiti mural by Sniper on Clark between Ontario and Sherbrooke

graffiti mural by 123Klan on Clark between Ontario and Sherbrooke

graffiti mural by 123Klan on Clark between Ontario and Sherbrooke

graffiti mural, perhaps by 123Klan, on Clark between Ontario and Sherbrooke

Greasy Jim graffiti mural in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Left: The Mathieu Connery installation on the corner of St-Christophe and Marie-Anne appears to be finished
Right: Labrona on door near Rachel and Molson

abstract mural by Matt W Moore on Villeneuve corner St-Laurent


Wheatpastes, etc

New wheatpastes by Féfine (centre) and Futur Lasor Now (right) were added to an older one by Tava (left). On Maguire.

Futur Lasor Now wheatpaste, with Pnda (top left) and Swarm for Decolonizing Street Art (bottom), in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Mono Sourcil (left) and Labrona (right) wheatpastes on Berri near Ontario

Makenoize transformed pipes into urban dragonflies
photos © Makenoize

Stencil of Smiley face on board by Makenoize, between graffiti by Grito Raices on the left and La Paria (Astro, Zema, Rage and friends) on the right. On de Gaspé.

More wheatpastes of female heroines by Miss Me on and off St-Zotique.

Left: Zola wheatpaste near St-Laurent and Van Horne
Right: wheatpaste by Albar on the corner of St-Dominique and Marie-Anne

Poster by Kat in alley between St-Laurent and Clark
Right:

Paste-up by Stela near the corner of St-Laurent and Fairmount.

National Zombi on Fairmount

National Zombi in Griffintown

Paste-ups by Zu near the corner of St-Laurent and Fairmount.

Paste-ups by A in B all over central Montreal.


Stencils and hand drawn pieces

Left: Waxhead drawing on St-Dominique
Right: ROC514 drawings (top one also features ROC514 sticker, Robert Robert commercial sticker and tag by Down; bottom one is in alley between St-Laurent and Clark)

Left: stencilled New Regime tags have popped up all over the walls and sidewalks of the city; colours vary
Right: small drawing by unidentified artist in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.


Stickers

Stickers by Waxhead (left) and Swarm (right)

New collaboration stickers by ROC514 with Arson (left) and Ekro (right).

Stickers by Stela (purple Starchild), Selena Gomez, and friends.

Sticker by Il Flatcha

This unidentified artist has been posting new variations on his/her mini-stickers

Stickers by Smegma (top left), some unidentified artist (top right) and Ugly? (bottom)

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