New street art October-November 2014

As everything is about to grind to a halt, there is still a surprising amount of new works appearing on the streets of Montreal. It must be said that a few artists such as Stela have been particularly active lately. Incidently, only a selection of her new works are presented here. Most of the rest can be seen in the Wall2wallMTL spotlight on her work.

Bien que la saison tire à sa fin, il y a quand même un nombre surprenant de nouvelles oeuvres qui sont apparues dans les rues de Montréal. Il faut dire que certains artistes tels que Stela ont été particulièrement actifs. A ce sujet, seulement une sélection des nouvelles pièces de cette dernière sont présentées ici. Le reste peut être vu en visitant son profil Wall2wallMTL.


Walls

Waxhead (left), Ether TFB (centre) and Turtle Caps (right) in alley between St-Laurent and Clark

Two Waxhead pieces, both in alley between St-Laurent and Clark. The one on the left is in the alley segment subject of a spotlight here.

Mural on Laurier next to St-Hubert by Art Du Commun (Jasmin Guérard Alie and Simon Bachand) for Muralité

Gene Pendon on Savoie.

Two pieces by Homsik at different levels on St-Dominique

Two pieces on St-Laurent by Bryan Beyung

Unidentified artist in alley between St-Laurent and Clark


Wheatpastes

Lovebot wheatpastes in alley between St-Denis and Drolet

Lovebot wheatpastes in alley between St-Denis and Drolet

Lovebot (left) and Turtle Caps (right) wheatpastes in alley between Hotel de Ville and Laval

Turtle Caps wheatpaste in alley between St-Denis and Drolet

Left: 52Hz (top) and Turtle Caps (bottom) in alley between St-Dominique and Coloniale
Right: Futur Lasor Now has unleashed a new creature on our city.

Posters by Kat behind the offices of LNDMRK (left) and in alley between St-Laurent and Clark

Kat poster on Bernard near St-Dominique

Stela (left) and Swarm (right) on St-Laurent

Stela (left, right) and Swarm (centre) in alley north of Mont-Royal, near St-Laurent

Left: Swarm (top) and Stela (bottom)
Right: all Stela

More paste-ups by Stela

Stela on doilies

Stela montage

Red Bandit (top left) and Swarm (top right, bottom) for Decolonizing Street Art

ROC514 (left) and Sien514 (right) wheatpaste version of a previously seen sticker

Wheatpaste by unknown artist in parking lot on Mont-Royal.


Monochrome bombing and drawings

Cryote in alley between Clark and St-Urbain

Snail from the WC crew.

Two more by Snail from the WC crew. The one on the right was found in an alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Snail from the WC crew.

Cryote (top), Snail from the WC crew (middle) and someone representing the WZRDS GNG (bottom).


Other

Two wood-ups (painted wood cuts) by Waxhead and Starkey.

Three more of these clay pieces by Zenka have been found here and there in the Plateau/Mile End. The piece on the left tells a story taking place in 2038 (a sticker variation is listed below) and the ones on the right respectively state “#takeaselfiebaby” and “#endroitofficieldebisous”.


Stickers

Three new stickers by Waxhead clashing old photographs with his crazy world.

Ether TFB has once again been busy sticker slapping around the Plateau. The above eight are all new.

Three new hand drawn stickers by Grim aka Grimjob69 aka Michael Shantz.

Turtle Caps

Turtle Caps

Lovebot

Sticker montage by Futur Lasor Now.

New stickers on familiar themes by WhatIsAdam (left) and Futur Lasor Now (right).

Left: hand drawn sticker by Stela for Halloween
Right: Zenka (also see ‘Other’ section above)

Homsik.

Left: various stickers by Stela (centre), Homsik (centre right), Naps (top centre), Futur Lasor Now (top left) and other unidentified friends
Right: Swarm or Zola for Decolonizing Street Art

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