New painted works May-June 2015

There has been so much new work since my last ‘new works’ installment that I must break this one into differents posts. The gallery below only features murals, smaller painted pieces and stencil pieces. Coming up very soon is a post presenting new stickers and small paste-ups. Already published are posts about the 2015 edition of Mural Festival, new pasted works and new graffiti.

Il y a eu un tel nombre de créations depuis mon dernier article présentant les nouveautés street art à Montréal que je dois découper celui-ci en sous-articles. La galerie-photo ci-dessous ne présente que les oeuvres peintes, que ce soit sous forme de murale, petite pièce ou pochoir. Les nouveaux autocollants feront l’objet d’un article d’ici quelques jours. Pour les autres nouveautés, voir ces articles récents couvrant l’édition 2015 du Festival Mural, les nouveaux collages et les nouveaux graffitis.


Chris Dyer for the Chromatic block party.

Alex Produkt for the Chromatic block party.

Waxhead for the Chromatic block party.

Waxhead (top) and El Moot Moot (bottom) for the Chromatic block party.

Bonar and Opire for the Chromatic block party.

Jason Botkin for the Chromatic block party.

MC Baldassari for the Chromatic block party.

Earth Crusher for the Chromatic block party.

Barrels painted to look like Pabst beer cans by Earth Crusher for the Chromatic block party.

WhatIsAdam aka WIA for the Chromatic block party.

The return of Tava, with Detto, in Little Italy. See the bottom of this post for much more by Tava.

This one, also by Tava and Detto, is found in the Plateau. See the bottom of this post for much more by Tava.

Off-Mural Festival group ‘autoportrait’ by:
top row: Shalak from Clandestinos, Jason Botkin, Kevin Ledo, Chris Dyer, Bruno Smoky from Clandestinos
bottom row: Lovebot, Turtle Caps, Linsey Levendall, Marina Capdevila, Labrona, Waxhead, Dave Todaro.

Another group piece, this one featuring Waxhead (left and barely visible in bottom corner), Turtle Caps (above ladder), Futur Lasor Now (above door), Deadliest Rosa (middle bottom), Loks (right) and El Moot Moot (right wall). In the graffiti alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

El Moot Moot in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

El Moot Moot (left) and Waxhead (right) in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Off-Mural Festival work by Waxhead on St-Laurent.

Waxhead (top) and Lyfer (bottom) in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Off-Mural Festival work by Labrona (bottom) and Gawd (top) on St-Laurent.

Monk.e near St-Laurent.

Off-Mural Festival work by Stela (top right and recess inner wall), Lulu107 (top left), Amanda Valdes (bottom left) and Didi aka Diana Contreras (bottom right).

The door recess at the above spot also features this extra piece by Lulu107.

Earth Crusher on the lateral wall of a new café in the Plateau.

Ella & Pitr in St-Henri; photo © Ella & Pitr. The smaller two pieces are on roofs, the bigger one is on a parking space.

Clandestinos did a new wall on Rachel over an older one of theirs from last summer.

Cens (left) and Bruno Smoky from Clandestinos (right) in a back alley of the Plateau.

Finally some official work for Kat, in a door recess on St-Laurent.

More by Kat on St-Laurent.

Cryote, at the time representing the Wzrds Gng in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Gives and Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng in a lower Plateau back alley.

Maliciouz in Parc Lhasa de Sela.

Maliciouz, same place as above, opposite angle.

“Le sage et la muse” by Ashop for the Bibliothèque et Maison de la Culture Mercier. Photo © Ashop.

Riode in an abandoned industrial building.

Riode in an abandoned industrial building.

Riode in an abandoned industrial building.

Loks (left) and Riode (right) in an abandoned industrial building.

Saten in a Plateau back alley.

Zoofest ad mural on Ontario by Rouks, Crane, LP Montoya and Wonez.

Cyndie Belhumeur for Mu on St-Denis.

Homage to Beau Dommage’s landmark debut album, by Jerome Poirier in alley off St-Zotique.

Ktvert in a Plateau back alley.

Waxhead on a barrel found in a Plateau alley.

Scaner above the LNDMRK offices. Also visible is a diamond by Le Diamantaire.

Scaner reserving a spot in an alley off St-Laurent.

Off-Mural Festival work by Didi aka Diana Contreras on a St-Laurent business storefront. See also next (same business).

Off-Mural Festival work by Amanda Valdes on a St-Laurent business storefront. See also previous (same business).

Lulu107 piece in a back alley of St-Laurent.

Stela representing the Witch Gang in a back alley of St-Laurent.

Small piece by Homsik in a Plateau back alley.

El Moot Moot by train tracks in upper Plateau.

El Moot Moot by train tracks in upper Plateau.

El Moot Moot by train tracks in upper Plateau.

El Moot Moot by train tracks in upper Plateau.

El Moot Moot by a bike path in upper Plateau.

Unknown artist in Hochelaga.

Unknown artist on a bin at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Concrete block painted by Porto near the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.


wood-ups

Waxhead and Starkey collaboration in Mile End.

Starkey in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Starkey in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Starkey in Plateau End.

Fake doorbell by Starkey on St-Laurent.

City Kitty in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark


stencils

G.Knight (formerly known as Graffiti Knight) has been stencilling his shortened moniker on the walls, streets and sidewalks of the Plateau and Mile End. Three examples are shown below, but there are many others to be found.

G.Knight (anciennement Graffiti Knight) a imprimé au pochoir son nouveau nom raccourci sur les murs, trottoirs et rues du Plateau et de Mile End. Trois exemples sont présentés ci-dessous, mais il y a en a plusieurs dizaines d’autres.


Tava’s Buck 15 Espresso tunnel

Tava was commissionned to paint the walls of the tunnel next to Buck 15 Espresso in Griffintown. The tunnel is quite narrow, which makes it rather difficult to take good photos.

Tava a reçu comme commande la décoration des murs du tunnel à coté du café Buck 15 Espresso dans Griffintown. Le tunnel en question est plutôt étroit, ce qui rend difficile la prise de bonnes photos.

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