New murals and other painted works October 2015

Here’s a photo gallery of the new murals and other painted works of smaller scale finished during the month of October. Separate articles were just published featuring new pasted works (wheatpastes, stickers, etc) and new graffiti (part 1, part 2). If you want to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les nouvelles murales ainsi que les autres pièces peintes de plus petite taille terminées au cours du mois de septembre. Les nouvelles oeuvres collées (collages, autocollants, etc) ainsi que les nouveautés graffiti (partie 1, partie 2) font l’objet d’articles à part. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


murals and mural pieces

Stare in Chinatown.

Five Eight (letters) and Earth Crusher (character) in the Plateau.

Monk.e in HoMa alley.

Monk.e on a container in Mile End. This has unfortunately already been heavily vandalised.

Monk.e on side of the above container.

Monk.e on back of the above container.

Monk.e in the Plateau.

Omen redid his part of this Plateau alley mural. The abstract ribbons of colour by Jess from the earlier version were not retouched.

Mateo in Petite-Patrie.

The AG Crew on Beaubien.

Emiliano Adrian Sanchez Martinez in the South West for Eco Quartiers Sud Ouest.

Borrrris piece found inside the abandoned Transco.

Two pieces by Jmo found inside the abandoned Transco.

This building on Savoie was painted by Les Hommes De Lettres to look like a stack of books. See following two photos for front views of the building’s two surfaces. The wall beneath the building was done by the same artists last year.

Side view of the above building by Les Hommes De Lettres.

Back view of the above building by Les Hommes De Lettres.

Dodo Osé and Ankh One for A’Shop downtown.

This is the main portion of a wall in Mercier by Dodo Osé for A’Shop. See next photo for missing part.

Detail of the above wall in Mercier by Dodo Osé for A’Shop.

Zek and Dodo Osé for A’Shop. This wall in Ahuntsic was created to honour the memory of hockey legend Maurice Richard.

Cens and Snikr in a delivery entrance on the Plateau. The door by Labrona is from last month.

This is the view from one end of a long alley in NDG redone by Zek and Fleo. See following photos for details and view from the other end.

Detail of a long alley in NDG redone by Zek and Fleo. See above and below for more details.

Detail of a long alley in NDG redone by Zek and Fleo. See above and below for more details.

Detail of a long alley in NDG redone by Zek and Fleo. See above and below for more details.

Detail of a long alley in NDG redone by Zek and Fleo. See above and below for more details.

Detail of a long alley in NDG redone by Zek and Fleo. See above and below for more details.

This is the view from the other end of a long alley in NDG redone by Zek and Fleo. See above photos for details and view from the street end.

Chris Dyer repaired and modified his piece (left) in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark (click on latter link to see the earlier piece). His brother Peru143 filled the space to his right.

While Chris Dyer redid his piece seen above, Turtle Caps redid this adjacent door which, incidentally, used to feature something by Peru Dyer. Above the door is a new fat throwie by Sake and to the right an older throwie by Peru143‘s Wastoids. Also visible are tags by Omen and others.

After Turtle Caps redid the above garage door, it was consistently vandalised by taggers. A turf war ensued, with each party going over each other within a day or two. This is the third version of Turtle Caps’ contribution.

See above. This is something like Turtle Caps‘ seventh version of this door. Notice the new Waxhead piece on the left.

Waxhead in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Also visible in the top left corner of the photo is a wood-up by Loks; see further down this gallery for close-up.

Just like Turtle Caps above, Waxhead‘s piece was also quickly vandalised by taggers. Instead of simply repairing the old one, Waxhead came up with something new.

Waxhead in the Plateau.

Axe in Ahuntsic.

Rouks representing the Next Time Crew (left) and Escro representing the Astred Collective (right). On the Plateau.

Stela beneath train track overpass.

This very long wall along St-Laurent in Mile End is an homage to Norman McLaren and a creation of Annie Hamel and Jason Cantoro. See below for close-ups of all five sections.

Section 1 of the above homage to Norman McLaren by Annie Hamel and Jason Cantoro.

Section 2 of the above homage to Norman McLaren by Annie Hamel and Jason Cantoro.

Section 3 of the above homage to Norman McLaren by Annie Hamel and Jason Cantoro.

Section 4 of the above homage to Norman McLaren by Annie Hamel and Jason Cantoro.

Section 5 of the above homage to Norman McLaren by Annie Hamel and Jason Cantoro.

Gene Pendon added to his homage to Dany Laferriere on Savoie. The head part dates back to last summer while the sitting/typing part was added this October.

The facelift of Savoie behind the Grande Bibliothèque also included the creation of a long rebus (a puzzle made of words and pictures) along a low wall. See next photos for a view from the other end and for details. By La Camaraderie.

View from the other end of the above long rebus by La Camaraderie on Savoie.

Detail from the above rebus by La Camaraderie on Savoie.

Another detail from the above rebus by La Camaraderie on Savoie.

Flavor (left), Starkey (middle) and ROC514 (right) at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Max at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Gwan mural in Petite-Patrie

Ken Mallar at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

RMZ(?) brings something different to the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Nick Gregson in Mile End alley.

Le Renard Fou in a Plateau alley.


wood-up

wood-up by Loks.


drawings

Waxhead in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

ROC514 representing the KLC crew in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Sloast in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Another one by Sloast.


other

This boarded up perimeter of a construction site covered in ad posters was taken over by one artist or various people, presumably to make a statement against the gentrification of Pointe St-Charles. Silhouettes of walking people were painted in white over posters on the two sides of the lot, old suitcases with messages about rent on them were affixed to their ‘hands’, and heads of various politicians were cut out of recent electoral signs and put up above the fence as if they were looking down on the residents forced to leave their neighbourhood.

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