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Retrospective of 2015 murals and other painted street art

This image gallery brings together 100 great murals and other painted street art pieces from 2015. 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/crew name. To ensure that the list wasn’t filled with only work from a few popular writers, I have set a maximum of 4 pieces per artist. Collaborations by two or more artists count as one entry.

See also:
Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art
Retrospective of 2015 graffiti

Cette galerie-photo présente 100 murales et autres pièces de street art peint créées en 2015 à Montréal. 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 d’artiste/crew. Pour que la liste ne soit pas totalement accaparée par quelques graffeurs populaires, j’ai fixé un maximum de 4 pièces par personne. Les collaborations entre deux ou plusieurs artistes sur un même thème ne comptent que pour une entrée.

Voir aussi:
Rétrospective 2015 street art collé
Rétrospective 2015 graffiti


Family portrait in a Plateau back alley featuring Shalak, Botkin, Kevin Ledo, Chris Dyer, Bruno Smoky, Lovebot, Turtle Caps, Linsey Levendall, Marina Capdevila, Labrona, Waxhead and Dave Todaro. Most of these artists have their own solo pieces in this year end list, scroll down to check them out. Lovebot, Turtle Caps, Labrona and Waxhead have also placed work into the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art.

Collective work featuring Waxhead (left and bottom right corner), Turtle Caps (above ladder), Futur Lasor Now (above door), Deadliest Rosa (middle bottom), Loks (right) and El Moot Moot (right wall).This can be seen in this alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Waxhead and El Moot Moot have solo painted pieces below in this list. Waxhead, Turtle Caps, Futur Lasor Now and Loks have also made it into the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art.

2Alas‘ contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

2Alas also gave us this downtown mural whilst in town around Mural Festival.

A new year also brings a new wall by Phillips Adams at the Habitations Jeanne-Mance. This may actually be his best one so far.

By the AG Crew in Petite-Patrie. Check out the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti for a piece by the AG Crew’s Snipes.

Alber left a few masterpieces at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen during his stay in Montreal last summer.

Another one by Alber (bottom right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

One of the great new names on the streets this year was Apok from the Astred Collective. This piece, the first I ever encountered by Apok, was found at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Another one by Apok, this one at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome. The fascinating thing about this artist, besides being obviously incredibly talented, is that he does figurative work but still operates in the usual graffiti spots. As far as I know most if not all of his street work so far has been done alongside that of graffiti artist Eskro (see Retrospective of 2015 graffiti).

Another masterpiece by Apok, this one in the abandoned Transco.

Apok at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Above two walls: Astro‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Plateau park container by Astro.

Above 4 photos: the four sides of another Plateau park container by Astro.

Astro doing it for the kids even where kids don’t hang out, in this case the abandoned Transco. Check out the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti for more by Astro.

Axe on a K6A commissioned wall in Old Montreal. Scroll down to K6A below for more by Axe.

Bicicleta Sem Freio‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Birdo for that ill-fated August edition of the Chromatic block parties. Unfortunately this piece was vandalised within hours of completion, so this image is © Birdo.

Besides this painted piece in the abandoned Transco, Borrris has also made it into the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art with some wheatpastes.

Botkin‘s contribution to the June edition of Chromatic.

Mural by Snikr on bird and Cens on letters, in a delivery/parking space completely redone last september by a bunch of great artists (from Montreal and elsewhere), an initiative of Turtle Caps. Scroll down for more by Cens under ‘Smoky’. Cens has also placed a piece in the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti. Also visible in this photo is a door by Labrona which incidentally also made it into this year-end list. Scroll down to Labrona below to see it in full size.

Four above: Crazy Apes wall for the 2015 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. From left to right this wall features
photo 1: Narc and Lith
photo 2: Korb and Narc
photo 3: Kred, Akuma One and Narc
photo 4: Crane, Korb and Fezat.
Narc, Korb and Crane have also made it into the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti.

Tribute by Dare to the deceased Bore, at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Melissa Del Pinto‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Mural by FelixDTK and MiguelDTK with pieces by Pask and Koal at the bottom, in Little Italy. Pask has also made it into the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti.

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.

Chris Dyer (left), his brother Peru143 (top right) and MSHL (bottom right). Chris’ part was started during the June Chromatic block party, and the whole thing was finished with Peru and MSHL a short while after.

Earth Crusher‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival, representing Ashop.

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

Elfu at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. The piece to his right is by EK Sept who has made it into the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti with a different piece.

El Moot Moot and Waxhead on a garage door in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Scroll down this list for more by Waxhead.

Next to the above in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark is this other garage door featuring El Moot Moot alone.

Two adjacent walls by Epos, Fler and Crak in a Plateau alley

One of the best murals of the year is this huge one done over the summer by Five Eight in the Plateau.

Whilst in town early last summer, Grominator left this piece in Rosemont.

Another early summer production by Grominator, this time in an abandoned building in the South West. Also visible at the bottom of this shot is a piece by Pask.

This building on Savoie was painted by Les Hommes De Lettres to look like a stack of books. The wall beneath the building was done by the same artists last year.

This huge mural by Hoarkor was produced late summer in a Petite-Patrie alley. Click on image to expand and better appreciate details and size.

Jaz‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

The main mural of the 2015 edition of the Under Pressure Festival was this tribute by K6A to festival founder Sterling Downey. Featuring Axe, Monk.e, Fleo, Phile and Dodo Osé. Check out Fleo’s entries in the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti list.

This K6A wall in Hochelaga gets redone every summer by Axe and Monk.e. This is the 2015 creation. Scroll up and down for more by Axe and Monk.e in this year end list.

Knorke Leaf in a delivery/parking space completely redone last september by a bunch of great artists (from Montreal and elsewhere), an initiative of Turtle Caps.

This garage door on St-Laurent was done off -Mural Festival by Labrona and Gawd. Check out the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art for more by both artists.

Labrona in a delivery/parking space completely redone last september by a bunch of great artists (from Montreal and elsewhere), an initiative of Turtle Caps.

Kevin Ledo‘s contribution to the same space as the Labrona piece found above it in this list.

Kevin Ledo for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party.

Lovebot piece in Rosemont, from May. See the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art for more by this artist.

LSNR‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Maddog and Namer on a Hochelaga alley garage door.

This Mile End garage door was done in early fall by Maliciouz.

Maliciouz also makes it into this year-end list with this piece left at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Mateo‘s main creation this year is this huge mural titled ‘Más’ (‘More’) in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie. See a video of the making of this mural on Vimeo.

Across the street from the huge mural by Mateo above in this list is this other by the same artist. Smaller in size (but still not small), it is titled ‘Menos’ (‘Less’) and acts as a counterpart to the big one.

Mateo also makes this year-end list with this mural in Petite-Patrie. Click on image to better appreciate the mural’s fine details.

MC Baldassari‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

MC Baldassari‘s contribution to the June edition of Chromatic.

MC Baldassari in Petite Patrie for the borough’s Tandem project.

MC Baldassari was really busy in the streets of Montreal this year and she also makes this year-end list with this smaller mural in Ville Emard.

Monk.e‘s top creation this year is this great wall off a Hochelaga back alley.

Above three photos: front, back and side of a container in the Champs des Possibles by Monk.e.

Monk.e also makes it into this year-end list with this beautiful garage door off St-Laurent. See K6A above in this list for more by Monk.e.

These doors by Mono Sourcil were done in August off-Under Pressure Festival.

Plateau garage door by Mono Sourcil.

Mono Sourcil in a Hochelaga alley. Check out the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art for more by this artist.

Back of truck redone by Ms Teri during the late summer’s Hip Hop You Don’t Stop Festival.

Nychos‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Omen for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party.

Opire and Bonar‘s joint contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Back of truck redone by Opire during the late summer’s Hip Hop You Don’t Stop Festival.

Opire also makes this year-end list with this piece found inside the abandoned Transco.

The Santropol Roulant building which used to be covered with the work of multiple artists was completely redone in 2015 by Pantonio.

Stunning Gene Pendon and Bryan Beyung mural in Chinatown

Alex Produkt‘s contribution to the June edition of Chromatic.

Le Renard Fou at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Check out the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art for much more by this artist.

This is one of the handful of pieces done by the very obscure but very talented Riode this year.

One more by Riode.

After having contributed one of the most memorable Mural Festival murals in 2014, Seth returned to Montreal to give us this splendid wall on Papineau.

Whilst in town for some commissioned work, Shalak was invited by Turtle Caps to contribute to this delivery/parking space which was being completely redone by a bunch of great artists (from Montreal and elsewhere). This piece of hers is actually one of my very favourite creations of 2015.

This brilliant piece by Bruno Smoky was done at about the same time as the one above it in this list by his Clandestinos partner Shalak.

Bruno Smoky (right) and Cens (left) came up with this back alley mural in early June. Scroll up this page for more by Cens. The latter artist also made it into the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti.

This mindblowing mural by Stare in the Plateau was also the last mural to be completed in Montreal in 2015.

Before starting on the latter mural Stare also spent many weeks working on this masterpiece between the Plateau and the Quartier des Spectacles.

This was a very busy year for Stare. His first major wall of the year was this one near the Quartier des Spectacles.

This Chinatown mural by Stare features a great piece of deconstructed graffiti calligraphy. Stare is the ultimate urban artist, having placed 4 murals into this list as well as 4 pieces into the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti.

This collective wall was done off-Mural Festival by Montreal artist Stela (above and inside door) with the help of visitors Amanda Valdes (bottom left), Didi aka Diana Contreras (left of door) and Lulu107 (top left). Stela has also made it into the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art.

Tava took a break from doing street art in 2015 but still accepted a few commissioned door pieces, like the three ones found in this year-end list. This particular one was done in the Plateau with the help of Detto.

This is another Tava / Detto collaboration, but in Little Italy.

One more Tava in Little Italy.

This is a piece by Tchug found in a well-hidden spot in upper Plateau.

Axel Void‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Waxhead‘s contribution to the June edition of Chromatic.

This Waxhead mural can be found in a back alley between the Plateau and the McGill ghetto. Scroll up to El Moot Moot above in this list for a collaboration with Waxhead. Waxhead has also placed work into the Retrospective of 2015 pasted street art.

The front window space of this Plateau End house gets redone by Waxhead 2 or 3 times a year. This is one of the 2015 creations. You can see the evolution of this house by clicking on the latter link which will bring you to the Waxhead wall2wallMTL spotlight. The piece above the door and window is an older one by Gawd.

WhatIsAdam‘s contribution to the June edition of Chromatic.

This wall was done off-Mural Festival by Gives and Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng in a back alley of St-Laurent.

Mural by Gives and Cryote from the then Wzrds Gng in an alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng on a garage door of the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Zek, Mark Esprit, Hsix, Dcae and Dekor’s mural for the 2015 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Zek in a Monkland Village alley. He has also placed some graffiti work in the Retrospective of 2015 graffiti.

El Moot Moot

To mark the departure of El Moot Moot, I have put together this anthology of the work he created while in Montreal. In just slightly more than four months this French artist has left an incredible amount of art in the streets and alleys of our city. Not only was he prolific, but he has left his mark from the Old Port to Villeray, from St-Henri to Hochelaga, and probably beyond. Rarely have I seen an artist take over this city with such speed and presence.

My first encounter with El Moot Moot’s work took place in late February when I found his first stickers here and there in centre-sud and the Quartier des Spectacles. Within a week I started finding small paste-ups. I must admit I wasn’t that impressed at first with the little creature with its arms in the air and its tongue sticking out. I started finding it drawn or painted on walls in early March even though there was still snow on the ground and most of our local artists had not yet gone back to the streets. As Spring (slowly) set in and the weather warmed up, so did my appreciation of the little fella. By the time I found the first ‘mural’ in mid-May I was hooked. In his last month in Montreal El Moot Moot had started to collaborate with some of our locals, namely Waxhead. The pair worked side by side on a few mural pieces and even had some stickers printed featuring their characters together.

The image gallery below shows just a fraction of what El Moot Moot has left on our streets. There isn’t much more online to be found about this artist, but a quick search on the internet should lead you to work done outside Montreal, namely in Rennes and Toulouse.

Pour marquer le départ d’El Moot Moot, j’ai mis sur pied cette compilation d’oeuvres créées au cours de son séjour à Montréal. En à peine plus de quatre mois cet artiste français a laissé une quantité incroyable d’art dans les rues et ruelles de notre ville. En plus d’être très prolifique, El Moot Moot a laissé sa marque sur un très grand territoire, du vieux port à Villeray, de St-Henri à Hochelaga, et probablement au-delà. J’ai rarement vu un artiste prendre d’assaut notre ville avec autant de rapidité et de présence.

Mon premier contact avec El Moot Moot s’est produit vers la fin février lorsque j’ai trouvé son premier autocollant ici et là dans centre-sud et le quartier des spectacles. Une semaine plus tard je commençais à trouver de petits collages. Je dois admettre ne pas avoir été très impressionné au départ par cette petite créature avec les bras dans les airs et la langue pendante. Puis à la mi-mars sont apparues les premières pièces peintes ou dessinées, alors que la ville était toujours sous la neige et que nos artistes locaux n’avaient pas encore repris la rue. Alors que le printemps s’est (lentement) installé et que j’ai commencé à la croiser un peu partout, j’ai finalement commencé à apprécier la petite créature en question. Quand la première ‘murale’ d’El Moot Moot est apparue à la mi-mai, j’étais déjà un fan. Au cours du son dernier mois passé à Montréal, El Moot Moot s’est mis à collaborer avec certains de nos artistes locaux, dont Waxhead. Ce dernier et El Moot Moot on travaillé côte à côte sur quelques pièces murales et ont même fait imprimer quelques autocollants avec leurs personnages.

La galerie-photo ci-dessous ne montre qu’une fraction de ce qu’El Moot Moot a laissé dans nos rues. On trouve très peu d’information en ligne sur cet artiste, mais une recherche rapide sur l’internet devrait surement vous permettre de trouver des pièces créées ailleurs qu’à Montréal, particulièrement à Rennes et Toulouse.


mural pieces

This was the first mural piece piece I found, in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

In Mile End.

Summer creation, again in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Next to the above is this collaboration with Waxhead.

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

Collective work featuring Waxhead (left and bottom corner), Turtle Caps (above ladder), Futur Lasor Now (above door), Deadliest Rosa (middle bottom), Loks (right) and El Moot Moot (right wall)


smaller pieces

A sign of El Moot Moot’s quick integration in our city’s scene: he added his own touch to this St-Dominique house featuring on its front the works of many of Montreal’s best and most known artists.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Petite-Patrie.

In the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

The piece in white is by an unidentified artist.

In Mile End.

On the George General d’Auto Reparation.

On St-Laurent.

In the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

In Petite-Patrie.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Also visible are tags by Feros and Thief! as well as a piece by some unidentified artist.

In the Plateau.

In Centre-Sud.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. The bird sticker and wheatpaste are from ROC514.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Mile End.

Teasing Mr Chose‘s cat in Centre-Sud. Also visible are tags by Debiel and Kelen.

In the Plateau.

In Mile End.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Plateau End.

In Rosemont.

Downtown.

In the Champs des Possibles.

This one was found in Quebec City.

In Petite-Patrie.

Trackside in Petite-Patrie.

Trackside in Petite-Patrie.

Trackside in Petite-Patrie.

Trackside in Petite-Patrie.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Mile End.

In Mile End.

In the Village. Also visible is a tag by Thief!.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Centre-Sud. The pink piece on the left is by an unidentified artist.

In the Plateau, framed by great tags by Scaner.

Seen through the windows of an abandoned industrial building.

In a centreal graffiti back alley.

In the Quartier des Spectacles.

In Centre-Sud.

In the Plateau.

In Petite-Patrie.


paste-ups

The bird is from an unidentified artist.


stickers

Collaboration between Waxhead and El Moot Moot.

As above, different colours.

As above, different colours.

Collaboration between Waxhead and El Moot Moot.

As above, different colours.

As above, different colours.

New street art June-July 2015

This post features works which appeared in the streets of Montreal in June and the first week of July 2015 (and that I was lucky enough to catch, of course). Our artists have been very busy and a lot of others were in town for Mural Festival, so this post is another big one! Graffiti was left out, there’s so much of it that it deserves its own separate post.

Cet article présente des oeuvres apparues dans les rues de Montréal en juin et pendant la première semaine de juillet 2015 (ce que j’ai eu la chance de trouver, bien sur). Nos artistes ont été très occupés et plusieurs autres de l’extérieur étaient en ville pour le Festival Mural, cet article est donc très chargé! Les pièces de graffiti seront traitées dans un article séparé.


painted and drawn

Earth Crusher for K6A in St-Henri.

Monk.e for K6A in St-Henri (next to above).

Unidentified artist for K6A in St-Henri (next to above).

Axe for K6A in Old Montreal.

SBU One in Old Montreal (next to above).

Unidentified artist in Old Montreal (next to above).

Unidentified artist in Old Montreal (next to above).

This is a close-up of the piece shown in the image above. Click image to see details of this piece’s incredible texture.

Tava in Little Italy.

Astro on container in a Plateau park (other sides below).

Astro on container in a Plateau park (other sides above and below).

Astro on one end of a container in a Plateau park (other sides above and below).

Astro on one end of a container in a Plateau park (other sides above).

Mono Sourcil in Hochelaga.

Mono Sourcil in the Plateau.

Mono Sourcil in Hochelaga.

The Chris Dyer piece (left) done last month for Chromatic 2015 has since been ‘extended’ with contributions from his brother Peru143 (top right) and MSHL (bottom right).

Around the corner from the above is a contribution by Wastoidz (Peru143‘s ‘crew’) and George S Blott. A bit of the MSHL from the other side is also visible bottom left).

Same location as above, George S Blott piece wrapped around an older Lovebot wheatpaste on the building’s chimney.

Benny Wilding with Hsix (Gilles Duceppe – 3 blue face characters) in the Plateau.

New Mathieu Connery piece over an old one from last year’s Mural Festival.

Another new Mathieu Connery piece over an old one from last year’s Mural Festival.

MngeLeKrak on Rachel. Also visible on the door are wheatpastes by Miss Me and Kafka, and lots of stickers.

MSHL near the PSC legal graffiti wall in Pointe St-Charles.

Lovebot (right) and presumably Grominator (left) on St-Marc. The Lovebot portion was vandalised before I could photograph this wall, so I’m showing this photo © PiaMTL.

Mandala piece by Ali on the ground in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Mr Chose is taking over the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen, literally.

Mr Chose on bin at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

El Moot Moot on front of a Plateau house.

Timmy Drift (left) and Swarm (right) on a parked train in Petite Patrie.

Painted sidewalks on de Castelnau.

Painted sidewalks on de Castelnau.

Painted sidewalks on de Castelnau.

Fasi (left) and Naia (right) beneath expressway.

Many new occurrences of the Phantom Cat by Jmoe have popped up here and there in central Montreal.

One more by the Phantom Cat aka Jmoe.

This is actually from slightly earlier than the period covered within this blog post, but I thought it was a one-off joke until I found more. Artist unknown.

More by the above unidentified artist.


wheatpastes

A giant new piece by Stikki Peaches in the fashion district.

Stikki Peaches with Dain from NYC in Plateau/Mile End.

Turtle Caps is back in action. The piece on the left appears to be new, at least for Montreal, while the other one is not. Many other previously seen designs by this artist have been pasted around the Plateau and Mile End in the same week.

Finally some new Miss Me, with Turtle Caps in Mile End.

Poster by Enzo Sarto and Jilly Ballistic in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Le Renard Fou

More from Le Renard Fou that did not make it into my previous post.

Lovebot wheatpaste which has probably been pasted in Toronto, but this was new for Montreal.

A huge poster by Chat Perdu. Sorry, this is hard to do justice in a photo; click on image to view bigger.

Poster by Chat Perdu.

Poster by Madame Gilles.

Large paste-up version of a previously seen sticker by Swarm. Also visible on its left is a new sticker by Loks.

Paste-up by Swarm. Other variations have been found. Also visible in this shot is a slightly older sticker by Clovis.

New ‘dripping’ version of a paste-up by Starkey.

Paste-up by an unidentified artist.


wood-ups, wood cut-outs

Huge wood cut-out created by XRAY for the MTL En Arts event. This piece was interactive as people would mount the skateboard to be photographed as if they were being pulled by the revving ship.

Collective wood-up featuring Starkey‘s Wabbit (top), anonymous (middle left), Waxhead (middle right), Kind (bottom left) and IAmBatman (bottom right)

At the speed rabbits reproduce, it’s no surprise that Starkey‘s Wabbits are evolving.

Another one by Starkey, this one in alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Unidentified artist over wooden piece.


Garbage Beauty

July 1st is moving day in Montreal, which means a lot of old furniture is left on the sidewalks and a lot more opportunities there are for Garbage Beauty to do their thing. Below is just a small fraction of what they did in our streets in the past few weeks. Their best work does not remain outside very long before it gets picked up and given a new home (or the same home from whence it came!).

Le 1er juillet est jour de déménagement à Montréal, donc beaucoup de vieux meubles se retrouvent sur les trottoirs et deviennent des canevas pour Garbage Beauty. Seulement une infime fraction de ce que Garbage Beauty a fait au cours des dernières semaines est présenté ici. Le meilleur de leur travail ne reste pas sur les trottoirs très longtemps avant d’être récupéré par de nouveaux (et parfois les anciens) propriétaires.


stencils

Unidentified artist in St-Henri.

Unidentified artist in St-Henri.


stickers

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

ROC514

G.Knight

Collaboration between Waxhead and El Moot Moot.

As above, different colours.

As above, different colours.

Collaboration between Waxhead and El Moot Moot.

As above, different colours.

As above, different colours.

El Moot Moot

El Moot Moot

El Moot Moot

Loks

Loks

Lovebot

Shifty Cat

Shifty Cat

Shifty Cat

Shifty Cat

Shifty Cat

Shifty Cat

New sticker by WhatIsAdam.

New sticker by WhatIsAdam.

MC Baldassari contributed a wall to the most recent edition of Mural Festival and she also left one of her stickers.

Caratoes also contributed a wall to the most recent edition of Mural Festival and left a sticker.

Many handmade stickers by Free Willy appeared all over central Montreal and beyond. Above and below is a selection of what I found. Free Willy tags have also been spotted.

More Free Willy.

More Free Willy.

More Free Willy.

More Free Willy.

More Free Willy.

More Free Willy.

Night Fairy

Two Sev

Two Sev

Deux Ben

Tits(?)

Unidentified artist.

Unidentified artist.

New stickers May-June 2015

There has been so much new work in Montreal since my last ‘new works’ installment that I must break this one into differents posts. The gallery below only features new stickers and small paste-ups. For other media, see recents posts about the 2015 edition of Mural Festival, new painted works, new pasted works and new graffiti.

You’ll notice in the image gallery below a lot of stickers by unidentified artists or by unfamiliar names. This is presumably due to the amount of artists from other cities who were in town to check out the Mural Festival.

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 nouveaux autocollants et autres petites pièces collées. Pour les autres nouveautés, voir ces articles récents couvrant l’édition 2015 du Festival Mural, les nouveautés peintes, les nouveaux collages et les nouveaux graffitis.

La galerie-photo ci-dessous inclut un grand nombre d’autocollants d’origine inconnue ou signés de noms qui ne sont pas familiers. Ceci est probablement dû au fait que plusieurs artistes étrangers étaient en ville au début de juin dans le cadre du Festival Mural.


Futur Lasor Now on a Beatles theme.

One more by Futur Lasor Now on a Beatles theme.

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

Waxhead

Waxhead

Waxhead

El Moot Moot

El Moot Moot

El Moot Moot

Earth Crusher

Dré aka Earth Crusher

More from G.Knight‘s currency series. A wheatpaste version is also out there.

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha, presumably.

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

Kafka

Kafka

Stela in collaboration with Zu.

Stela in collaboration with Naps.

Amanda Valdes

Lulu107

Didi aka Diana Contreras.

Didi aka Diana Contreras.

Didi aka Diana Contreras.

Bruno Smoky for Clandestinos.

Bruno Smoky from the Clandestinos.

Shalak from the Clandestinos.

Turtle Caps

Lovebot

Lovebot

Lovebot

Ella & Pitr

Ella & Pitr

Ella & Pitr

Mateo

Instagrafite

Tag on sticker by Scaner.

Tag on sticker by Scaner.

Sticker-throwies by Scaner.

Shifty Cat

Shifty Cat

Naia

Naia

Naia

Naia

Naia

Naia

Naia

Naia and Homsik (pencil).

Minimalist mini-sticker by Homsik.

Minimalist mini-sticker by Homsik.

Homsik

ROC514

ROC514 collaboration with Zombiac.

ROC514, Def and Nustwo.

Nustwo and Last.

Nustwo and Last.

Nustwo and Pink.

Nustwo and Pink (top), Pink (bottom).

Pink.

One more by Pink, many variations have been spotted.

Beck

Uber5000

It’s OK Project

It’s OK Project

Sandra Chevrier

Sandra Chevrier

Swarm

Grim aka Grimjob69 aka Michael Shantz

Human Kind

Blob Head

Om

The Krah (?)

Slave

Night Fairy

Clovis

Waktr

Asik One

Zukies

Timmy Drift

Vile Child