G.Knight

There isn’t much information on the internet about G.Knight’s (formerly known as Graffiti Knight) street work. His personal and Facebook pages feature almost exclusively his studio work. His Instagram page was the only online site where a significant quantity of his street work could be viewed, but the artist stopped being active in the streets after 2015.

The artist’s favourite media on the streets during his active years were essentially wheatpastes, stickers and stencil. As far as I know he has never done any murals nor smaller painted pieces, other than his Darth Vader stencils.

Il est relativement difficile de trouver le street art de G.Knight (anciennement Graffiti Knight) sur l’internet. Ses pages personnelle et Facebook présentent presque exclusivement son travail de studio. Sa page Instagram était le seul endroit où une quantité significative de son oeuvre publique pouvait être vue, mais l’artiste a arrêté d’être actif dans la rue après 2015.

Pendant sa période active l’artiste semblait préférer les oeuvres collées, que ce soit sous forme de wheatpastes et stickers, ainsi que les stencils. Au meilleur de ma connaissance, il n’est l’auteur d’aucune murale ou oeuvre peinte majeure.


the currency / stamp series

This sticker is the first thing to have come out in this series.

Wheatpaste version of the above.

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.

Sticker version of the above.

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.


the Darth Vader series

Over the summer of 2014 about 30 stencilled Darth Vader heads appeared here and there on the sidewalks and alley entrances in the Plateau and Mile End. Each head was done in a different colour scheme, enticing some people to play ‘collect them all’ and photograph each one they encountered. Some pieces were signed “Enjoy G Knight”, others not. Coincidence or not, most heads were done at the entrance of alleys where street art could be found, as if the pop culture villain was posted there to protect the contents within. Wheatpastes featuring the same design also appeared on the walls of Plateau End and Mile End at about the same time.

Une trentaine de pochoirs de la tête de Darth Vader sont apparus sur les trottoirs et entrées de ruelle du Plateau et de Mile End au cours de l’été 2014. Chaque tête a été produite avec une combinaison de couleurs différentes, poussant certains amateurs de street art à les collectionner en photo. Certaines de ces pièces étaient signées “Enjoy G Knight”, d’autres non. Ceci pourrait être une coincidence, mais l’artiste semble avoir privilégié des emplacements au sol menant à des endroits où se trouve une quantité intéressante d’art public, comme si le méchant héros y était posté pour garder ce qui se trouvait à proximité. Des affiches collées présentant la même tête de Darth Vader sont apparues sur les murs du même quartier à peu près au même moment.

Unsigned stencil.

Unsigned stencil.

Unsigned stencil.

One of the signed stencils.

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste, closer view.

Sticker.


the Super Bear series

Poster.

Poster in the windows of the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Large wheatpaste on a wall of the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Smaller paste-up.

Sticker variation.

Signed version of the above.

Variation on the above design.


the Cat Woman series

Wheatpaste – also produced in various other colour schemes.


the Hipster Chimp series

Paste-up.

Paste-up. This shot also features Il Flatcha (top) and Glu10 (bottom).

Paste-up. This was produced in many other colours schemes not shown here.

A larger version of the above design found on the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Another larger wheatpaste, this one found in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.


the ‘Praying For The Holy Grail’ series

(praying for a Stanley Cup)

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.


the ‘Kill Your Gods’ series

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.

Sticker version, in black and white.

Colour version of the above sticker.

Another sticker on this theme, in black and white.

Colour version of the above sticker.

Sticker, another coloured variation.

the ‘Praying For A Queen’ subseries

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.

Wheatpaste.

Sticker variation.

Sticker variation.

Sticker variation.


the Watermelon Girl

Wheatpaste.


the ‘Love Your Big Buddha’ series

Sticker only.

This better quality image is not from the streets, it’s an unslapped original. Photo © Graffiti Knight.


G.Knight stencils

In June 2015 G.Knight (formerly known as Graffiti Knight) stencilled his recently shortened moniker on the walls, streets and sidewalks of the Plateau and Mile End. A few examples are shown below, but there are many others to be found.

En juin 2015, G.Knight (anciennement Graffiti Knight) a imprimé au pochoir son nom récemment raccourci sur les murs, trottoirs et rues du Plateau et de Mile End. Quatre exemples sont présentés ci-dessous, mais il y a en a plusieurs dizaines d’autres.


Movie posters and stickers

Poster.

Poster.

Poster.

Poster.

Sticker version of the above.

Sticker.

Sticker.

Sticker.


Other

Paste-up found on a Mile End business window.

Autoportrait wheatpaste found in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

One of many variations of his stencilled autoportrait.

One more variation on his stencilled autoportrait.

Stencilled autoportrait.

Stencilled autoportrait.

Propaganda sticker.

Sticker

Sticker

Sticker

Sticker

Chess board installation hung on a wall of the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art

This image gallery brings together 100 pieces of Montreal street art from 2015 that were created in a studio, then pasted, glued, screwed in or cemented into a public place. It is not necessarily the best of the year because taste is a subjective thing and I was obviously not able to photograph everything. The selection was done partly from my own personal favourites but mostly from those of my followers on Instagram. Of course this list was put together from what I was actually able to photograph, so keep in mind that it may lack some great work that just slipped between the cracks.

The pieces are shown here in alphabetical order of artist name. To ensure that the list wasn’t filled with only work from a few popular artists, I have set a maximum of 4 pieces per person. Collaborations by two or more artists count as one entry.

See also:
Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art
Retrospective of 2015 graffiti

Cette galerie-photo présente 100 pièces de street art produites en 2015 à Montréal, créées en studio avant d’être collées, vissées ou fixées dans le ciment dans un endroit public. Cette liste n’a pas la prétention d’être un best of de l’année puisque les goûts sont personnels et je n’ai évidemment pas eu la chance de tout photographier. La sélection s’est faite en partie parmi mes pièces favorites, mais surtout parmi les préférées de mes abonnés Instagram. Cette liste a bien sur été créée à partir de ce que j’ai eu la chance de trouver et de photographier, ce qui signifie que quelques chef d’oeuvres de 2015 pourraient ne pas y figurer.

Les pièces apparaissent ci-dessous en ordre alphabétique de nom d’artiste. Pour que cette liste ne soit pas totalement accaparée par quelques artistes populaires, j’ai fixé un maximum de 4 pièces par personne. Les collaborations entre deux ou plusieurs artistes ne comptent que pour une entrée.

Voir aussi:
Rétrospective 2015 murales et autre street art peint
Rétrospective 2015 graffiti


Above two photos: Borrris wheatpastes put up at the August VHS – Van Horne Station event on two sides of a corner.

Borrris wheatpaste in Mile End. See the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art post for more by Borrris.

Painted wheatpaste by C-215 for the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Painted wheatpaste by C-215 for the 2015 edition of Mural Festival. This one was short-lived so I’ve borrowed this photo © PiaMTL.

Melanie Cervantes, Lianne Charlie, Lindsay Katsitsakatste wheatpaste and poster montage for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Wheatpaste by Chat Perdu.

Cousin_It wheatpaste put up off-Mural Festival.

Cousin_It wheatpaste put up off-Mural Festival.

Cousin_It wheatpaste put up off-Mural Festival.

Cousin_It again, but these are plastic letters pasted on a tree. For the full message including missing letters, see the wheatpaste above it in this list.

Poster/wheatpastes montage by Dayna Danger with the help of Jessica Canard for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Wheatpaste set by Amanda Di Genova.

This Futur Lasor Now poster spent the 2015 electoral period on the George General d’Auto Reparation.

A few variations on this Futur Lasor Now poster were spotted around central Montreal at the end of summer.

Futur Lasor Now added a bit of life and fun to some electoral boards.

2015 saw this new variation in Futur Lasor Now‘s illuminati sticker series.

‘Self-portrait’ poster by G.Knight.

G.Knight came up with a series of mock currency wheatpastes and stickers in 2015. This large wheatpaste covers the whole corner door of the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Wheatpastes by Gawd and Labrona. Scroll down to ‘Labrona’ for more pasted art by this artist and see the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art for more by both Gawd and Labrona.

Wheatpastes by Gawd and Labrona; photo © Labrona.

Wheatpaste by Gawd.

Il Flatcha‘s big thing in 2015 was a series of mock permitted/forbidden stickers. I picked these two (I expect the middle one is a real sticker) out of dozens found this year. See more in this earlier post.

Il Flatcha paste-up.

These cat head paste-ups by Kafka were found all over central Montreal during this year’s Mural Festival.

A Kafka poster put up off-Mural Festival.

Another Kafka poster put up off-Mural Festival.

This is one of about a dozen posters put up by Kat over the summer of 2015. Notice the fake brick making it blend into the background, in this alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Another poster by Kat raising awareness about animal rights. Found in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Another poster by Kat found in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Kat uses real window bars and railings to add to her animal-cruelty message. This one was also found in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Wheatpaste put up in Hochelaga by Labrona. See the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art for more by Labrona. Also visible in the above shot is a drawing by Lapin.

Wheatpaste put up in Hochelaga by Labrona. Check out ‘Gawd’ above in this list for more pasted art by Labrona.

Wheatpastes by Labrona and Mono Sourcil found in Ville-Marie.

Wheatpastes by Labrona and Mono Sourcil found next to UQAM. There is more pasted art by Mono Sourcil solo further down this list and both Labrona and Mono Sourcil have made it into the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art.

Lily Luciole was not as active on the streets of Montreal in 2015 as before, but both posters by her that I found in 2015 made this year-end list.

That other poster by Lily Luciole.

Wood-up by Loks.

Another wood-up by Loks. See the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art for more by this artist.

Clever wheatpaste montage by Toronto’s Lovebot.

This Lovebot wheatpaste was put up at the abandoned Canada Malting Plant. See the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art for more by Lovebot.

A handful or two of Manyoly wheatpastes popped up around Plateau/Mile End over the summer. This one made this year-end list, but to be honest any of the others could have been picked instead.

Rey Midax returned to the streets this year with a few series of wheatpastes. The best series were these Madonnas, each one ‘dressed’ differently. I picked this particular one for this retrospective but any other could have been shown here as they are all quite impressive when seen in person.

Rey Midax also put up a series of Oscar Wilde wheatpastes over central Montreal and Hochelaga during the autumn.

Rey Midax‘s other series of wheatpastes showed Alan Turing.

A socio-political wheatpaste montage by Mimi who I wish was more active in the streets of Montreal.

During September Miss Me covered this UQAM building with wheatpastes of images and text for Leave Out Violence. As I was out of the country at the time, I have borrowed this photo © Miss Me. Check out this earlier post for more photos of other sides of the building.

Miss Me came up with new Musical Saints wheatpastes during the summer. This one showing Billie Holiday was particularly impressive.

This Marvin Gaye wheatpaste by Miss Me was seen here and there over town, but this particular specimen was picked to be shown in this year-end list because of the brilliant spot the artist found to display it. Photo © PiaMTL.

Miss Me also revisited her Portrait Of A Vandal wheatpaste series in the latter half of the year and came up with new variations. I picked this one to be shown here, but you can see others in this earlier post and this one.

Mono Sourcil put up a series of these pasted cardboard heads this autumn. See also Labrona above in this list for more pasted work by Mono Sourcil. Check out the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art for more by Mono Sourcil.

This is another one of these pasted cardboard heads by Mono Sourcil. See the whole dozen I was able to photograph in this earlier post.

Wood-up by Mouthful.

Posters signed by Muesli were found here and there in central Montreal following the Charlie Hebdo shooting at the beginning of 2015.

This is one of many stickers put up around Montreal by National Zombi this year. I picked this one to represent the whole series. Many can be seen in this earlier post, and a few more here.

This National Zombi sticker stands out from the rest and is cute enough to make this year-end list!

Pony wheatpaste found in Cité du Multimédia.

Another Pony wheatpaste found in Cité du Multimédia.

This wheatpaste by Le Renard Fou appropriately states “Le Renard Fou est back in town” and marked the beginning of a series of similar and very colourful wheatpastes put up by this artist in Mile End, the Plateau and Petite-Patrie.

Another colourful wheatpaste combo by Le Renard Fou. Also visible on the right are mini-posters by Aura Fallu.

Another wheatpaste by Le Renard Fou.

Le Renard Fou wheatpastes. See the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art for more by Le Renard Fou.

ROC514 sticker.

This crazy sticker is a collaboration between ROC514 and Zombiac.

ROC514 and Purplesmoke17 (Rupert Plinkerton) collaboration sticker.

Sticker collaboration between ROC514 and EightyADay

This is one of a few mock-fire alarm stickers by Enzo Sarto.

Enzo Sarto also put up a few wheatpastes whilst in town for Mural Festival. This one made this yearly retrospective, but more can be seen in this earlier post.

Three wheatpastes by Sinister Kid. The central one in this photo is the one making this yearly retrospective, variations were found here and there in central and eastern Montreal.

Sticker by Timmy Drift.

Solal Comics paste-up.

Solal Comics paste-up.

After working for others like Waxhead, Starkey came up with his own wood-ups this year. This one was found in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Another wood-up by Starkey.

Wood-up combo by Starkey (top), anonymous (middle left), Waxhead (middle right), Kind (bottom left) and IAmBatman (bottom right).

Starkey actually managed to fool quite a few people with these fake doorbells.

This Stela piece is a wheatpaste but the design also exists as a sticker. See the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art for more by Stela.

This is a collaboration wheatpaste between Stela and Swarm. See below for more by Swarm.

A year-end list would not be complete without some Stikki Peaches wheatpastes.

These Stikki Peaches wheatpastes are quite impressive in size as well as coolness.

These Stikki Peaches wheatpastes popped up a few months before the Star Wars crazyness began.

Wheatpastes and hubcaps(!) by Stikki Peaches.

Swarm wheatpastes.

Swarm wheatpaste in a Plateau alley.

Swarm wheatpaste. Scroll up to Stela for a collaboration with Swarm.

Turtle Caps paste-up.

Waxhead wood-up in collaboration with Starkey, found in Mile End. Scroll up this list for some 100% Starkey wood-ups.

Waxhead wood-up in collaboration with Starkey. Found in the Quartier des Spectacles.

Waxhead wood-up in collaboration with Starkey, found in St-Henri.

Waxhead wood-up in collaboration with Starkey found in Hochelaga. Check out the Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art for more by Waxhead.

It was the year of wood-ups and XRAY also got into the game. This one was a splash of colour found near Chinatown on a grey spring day.

This XRAY wood-up was found in the Quartier des Spectacles.

This XRAY wood-up was found on the George General d’Auto Reparation.

This XRAY wood-up was found off Viger.

Zola wheatpaste put up during the spring student strikes.

Another wheatpaste by Zola.

Zola wheatpaste found in Hochelaga.

This pair of wheatpastes by an unidentified artist were found in Hochelaga.

This great poster is by some unidentified artist (unless Michelangelo is still active and into street art).

Wheatpaste by an unidentified artist put up in an alley off St-Dominique last summer.

This paste-up is by an unidentified artist.

New pasted works September 2015

Here’s a photo gallery of the new pasted works (wheatpastes, stickers, etc.) put up in the streets and alleys of Montreal during the month of September. Separate articles were just published featuring new murals and other painted works and new graffiti. If you want to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les nouveautés collées (collages, autocollants, etc) apparues dans les rues et ruelles de Montréal au cours du mois de septembre. Les nouvelles murales et autres oeuvres peintes ainsi que les nouveautés graffiti sont présentées dans des articles à part. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


wheatpastes and other large paste-ups

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

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

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

Miss Me for Leave Out Violence, side wall. Photo © Nickie Robinson.

Miss Me had another round of wheatpastes put up around the city. Most were previously seen designs, but this Billie Holiday one was new for Montreal.

Borrris in Mile End.

Abri514 in Mile End. Because the wheatpaste went all the way around the post, the missing portion is shown in the box.

New variations of WhatIsAdam‘s iconic Maple Sizzurp wheatpastes were put up here and there.

Futur Lasor Now poster on the George General d’Auto Reparation.

This Futur Lasor Now sticker design was made into a wheatpaste.

A Futur Lasor Now paste-up found in Mile End.

New variation on a previously seen design by Futur Lasor Now (left), next to something new by Swarm (right). Found in Mile End.

More Swarm in Mile End.

Swarm (top), Homsik (bottom left) and Stela (bottom centre and right).

Stela (left) and Homsik (right).

Homsik found in the Plateau.

Homsik (right) and Dolly Deals (left).

Wheatpaste signed Pictus.

New fake currency wheatpaste by G.Knight.

Another new fake currency wheatpaste by G.Knight.

Paste-ups by Loopkin.

Mono Sourcil paste-up.

Mono Sourcil paste-up.

Small Stela poster.

Small Stela poster.

Paste-up by an unidentified artist found on the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Amanda Di Genova

Amanda Di Genova

Small paste-ups of mushrooms by unidentified artist/mycologist.


stickers and smaller paste-ups

A new sticker by Waxhead.

Another new sticker by Waxhead.

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

Hand-drawn sticker by Futur Lasor Now.

Hand-drawn sticker by Futur Lasor Now.

Hand-drawn sticker by Futur Lasor Now.

Hand-drawn sticker by Futur Lasor Now.

Hand-drawn sticker by Futur Lasor Now.

Hand-drawn stickers by Mono Sourcil.

Dep crew sticker featuring ROC514 (left), Pink (centre) and DMT (right).

One of many sticker variations featuring Pink (left) and ROC514 (right).

One of many sticker variations by Pink.

Dep crew sticker featuring Pink, ROC514, Moen, Nustwo, DMT and Rokos.

Sticker party featuring Stela (bottom right), Naps (bottom centre), Zu (top left), Selena Gomez (middle right) and others.

Sticker party featuring Stela with Naps (top left), Selena Gomez (top right), Stela (middle left), Swarm (middle right) and Zu (bottom).

Sticker party featuring Stela (top right), Naps (bottom right) and Selena Gomez (left).

Naps (top) and Stela (bottom).

Zu

New variation on a previously seen design by Homsik.

City Of Giants

Duvua

Duvua

Duvua


other

Mosaic by Gascon, in Hochelaga.

Wood-up by Loks. Other variations exist.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

Cardboard paste-up by Mono Sourcil.

New murals and other painted works September 2015

Here’s a photo gallery of the new murals and other painted works of smaller scale finished during the month of September. Separate articles were just published featuring new pasted works (wheatpastes, stickers, etc) and new graffiti. 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 font l’objet d’articles à part. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


Stare mural between the Plateau and the Quartier des Spectacles.

Earth Crusher for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party.

Bonar (left) and Mathieu Connery (right) for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party. Unfortunately the piece created by Jeremy Shantz next to these two was vandalised before I had a chance to photograph it.

HoarKor aka HRKR in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie for the Tandem program of that borough. This is a very big mural, click on image to view bigger.

HoarKor aka HRKR in Mile End.

HoarKor aka HRKR inside delivery entrance in the Plateau.

More HoarKor aka HRKR at the same spot as above.

Knorke Leaf at the same spot as above.

Labrona on door at the same spot as above.

Stadium Art Movement aka Jonathan Himsworth (bottom) and Il Flatcha (on wooden beam) at the same spot as above, part 1/3.

Stadium Art Movement aka Jonathan Himsworth (bottom) and Il Flatcha (on wooden beam) at the same spot as above, part 2/3.

Stadium Art Movement aka Jonathan Himsworth (bottom) and Il Flatcha (on wooden beam) at the same spot as above, part 3/3.

Yolacocacola on house front next to the above spot.

More Yolacocacola on the same house as above.

Waxhead just redid the doors to the old coach entrance of the above house.

Waxhead on skateboard wedged into the railings of the above house.

This Duluth house front was just given its bi- or tri-annual face lift. The piece at the top by Gawd has been there for many years now, but the Waxhead piece in the bottom half is new. You can see the evolution of the front of his house by visiting the Waxhead spotlight at the latter link.

Maliciouz in Mile End.

The AG Crew in Petite-Patrie.

Earth Crusher (character) and Five Eight (letters) in Plateau End. The letters spell the name of Soma as a sign of respect for going over the latter writer’s spot.

Another more basic version of the Earth Crusher character was done at ground level on the door leading to the above rooftop piece.

Mateo in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie.

New Ashop mural designed by Fluke and executed by Zek and Benny Wilding.

Carlito Dalceggio in the South West.

The back door of the building with the Carlito Dalceggio mural above features a bit of extra work by the same artist.

Cyndie Belhumeur for the Tandem program of the Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie borough. Click to enlarge and check out details.

Zek, Fuser, Simo and Swarm in the Plateau.

NK410 in Petite-Patrie.

MSHL in Pointe St-Charles. Above it are older throwies by Bank and Owk.

This very long piece was done by Arose on the board wall of a St-Laurent street construction site. Click on image to view bigger, or see individual details below.

Detail 1/3 of the above wall by Arose.

Detail 2/3 of the above wall by Arose.

Detail 3/3 of the above wall by Arose.

Unidentified artist in a Plateau/McGill ghetto alley.

Sutram in a Plateau/McGill ghetto alley.

Ardua in a Plateau/McGill ghetto alley (unfortunately tagged over before I had a chance to take a photo).

Shane Watt on garage door in Petite-Patrie.

Shane Watt on garage door in Petite-Patrie.

Shane Watt on doors in Petite-Patrie.

Shane Watt on doors in Petite-Patrie.

Shane Watt on door in Petite-Patrie.

Shane Watt on sign in Petite-Patrie.

Wonez at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Algue on concrete block in an abandoned lot in Hochelaga.


stencils

Stencil on sidewalk by G.Knight.

Stencil on sidewalk by G.Knight.

Stencil on sidewalk by G.Knight.

Stencil by Dookie3 in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Stencil by Dookie3 in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Stencil by Dookie3 in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.


figurative tagging

Naps (left) and Stela (right)

Stela (left) and Selena Gomez (right)

unidentified artist, many variations exist

New wheatpastes and stickers August 2015

Here’s a gallery of new pasted works – wheatpastes and stickers – found around Montreal since my last ‘new works’ post in early August 2015. August was a very busy month for our street artists, so painted works will be the subject of a separate post to be published within a day or two. If you wish to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Voici une galerie-photo présentant les oeuvres collées (collages, autocollants, etc.) trouvées à Montréal depuis mon dernier article de nouveautés paru au début août 2015. Nos artistes ont été particulièrement occupés ce dernier mois, les oeuvres peintes font conséquemment l’objet d’un article à part qui sera publié au cours des prochains jours. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


wheatpastes and paste-ups

Stikki Peaches

Stikki Peaches

Stikki Peaches

Stikki Peaches

WhatIsAdam aka WIA

WhatIsAdam aka WIA

Futur Lasor Now paste-up over an electoral billboard.

Futur Lasor Now paste-up over an electoral billboard.

Futur Lasor Now paste-up overan electoral billboard (photo © Futur Lasor Now). See ‘stickers’ section below for sticker variations.

Futur Lasor Now poster.

Futur Lasor Now poster.

Futur Lasor Now wheatpaste in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Futur Lasor Now wheatpaste.

Futur Lasor Now posters.

Swarm (left) and Futur Lasor Now (right) in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Swarm wheatpaste.

Swarm in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Variations have been found.

Stela and Swarm collaboration.

Swarm doilie paste-up.

This central detail of a wheatpaste and poster mural for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices shows pieces by Swarm (centre) and Red Bandit (bottom right), amongst others.

Swarm wheatpaste for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Dayna Danger with the help of Jessica Canard for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Melanie Cervantes, Lianne Charlie, Lindsay Katsitsakatste for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Red Bandit for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Pasted pages by someone (Lianne Charlie?) associated with Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Stela; this one has been seen before in different colours.

Stela

G.Knight wheatpaste in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Mono Sourcil paste-up.

Poster by an unidentified artist.

Muesli poster found in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark as well as other locations.

Small poster by an unidentified artist, various locations.


stickers

One of two variations of Futur Lasor Now‘s Robo-Harper stickers. Scroll up this page for a paste-up variation.

One of two variations of Futur Lasor Now‘s Robo-Harper stickers. Scroll up this page for a paste-up variation.

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

A small Futur Lasor Now paste-up.

Futur Lasor Now

ROC514 collaboration with Boe.

ROC514

ROC514

Collaboration between ROC514 and Adida Fallen Angel

Collaboration sticker between ROC514, Pua69 and 6ara9e.

Bruno Smoky

Two new ones by Waxhead

Chris Dyer

Mateo

Shifty Cat

Shifty Cat

Shifty Cat

Il Flatcha

Stickers by two artists involved in Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Stela

Stela

Stela

Aurore

Wall Of Femmes

Skilled1

Skilled1

Tobey

Solal Comics?

Unidentified artist.

Same unidentified artist as above.

Unidentified artist.

New street art July-August 2015

Here’s a gallery of recent murals, wheatpastes, installations, stickers, etc, created in our great city in the past few weeks. Keep in mind that everything done in the context of the Under Pressure Festival is presented in its own separate post. If you want to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Voici une galerie-photo présentant les nouvelles murales, collages, installations, autocollants, etc, créés au cours des dernières semaines. Les nouvelles oeuvres produites dans le contexte du Festival Under Pressure font l’objet d’un article à part. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


Murals and other painted pieces

Seth on Papineau for Mu.

Omen for the VHS – Van Horne Station event.

Kevin Ledo for the VHS – Van Horne Station event.

Zoltan V for the VHS – Van Horne Station event.

Mateo for Tandem Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie, on Papineau. You can see a video of the making of this mural on Vimeo.

This is the 2015 edition of this K6A wall in Hochelaga featuring Axe and Monk.e.

Ether aka Benny Wilding in Petite-Patrie.

Melsa Montagne mural in St-Henri.

Mono Sourcil for the Osheaga festival (photo is of work-in-progress but nearly finished).

Danae Brissonnet (right) with help from Ozmos for the abstract portion on the door on the left.

Axe in the Plateau.

Waxhead in Lachine; photo © Mocha Productions.

Astro on container in a Plateau park. This is not the same container as seen here, it’s in a different park.

Sophie Wilkins, Mael and Anik Favreau mural for Tandem Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie.

Monk.e and Marian Clem (left) and Rouks (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Mr Chose letters and figurative work at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Mr Chose in Mile End.

Oram79 at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Le Renard Fou at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. See wheatpastes section below for more by Le Renard Fou.

Presumably Karl Marks in Rosemont.

Gwan. at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Another one by Gwan. at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Yolacocacola in the graffiti alley behind St-Laurent.

Ogen (left) and Max (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Miow (left) and Bonie (right) at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Mono Sourcil in an abandoned lot in Eastern Montreal.

Mono Sourcil in an abandoned lot in Eastern Montreal.

Mono Sourcil in an abandoned lot in Eastern Montreal.

Presumably Begor, under an expressway.

Pnda in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. See paste-up section below for more by Pnda.

Stencil by Dookie3 found in Plateau End.

Bicycle-eating car stencil by an unidentified artist, other variations have been spotted.

Swarm on a Petite-Patrie bike trail.

Gold-painted rock, one of at least a dozen, for the VHS – Van Horne Station event.


Wheatpastes and paste-ups

Kat poster in Plateau End.

Kat poster in Mile End.

Kat poster in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Kat poster in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Kat poster in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.