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New stickers and other media May-June 2016

Here’s a collection of photos of whatever doesn’t fit in the recently published posts about painted street art and pasted street art in late May and the whole of June 2016. The post is split into chapters about stickers, wood-ups, fence-tagging and ‘other’. If you want to see new Montreal street art and graffiti as soon as I photograph it, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cette galerie inclut des photos de tout ce qui ne faisait pas partie des récents articles présentant les nouveautés peintes et les nouveaux collages de la fin mai et du mois de juin 2016. Cette galerie est séparée en chapitres dédiés aux autocollants, aux wood-ups, au fence-tagging, et ‘autre’. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres de street art ou de graffiti aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


stickers

Waxhead

Waxhead

Waxhead

Waxhead

Turtle Caps‘ brief return to Montreal around Mural Festival meant we got new stickers from this artist (more below).

Turtle Caps

Turtle Caps

Turtle Caps

Emmanuel Laflamme finally started making stickers, a great idea considering the sense of humour in his art. Another one is shown below. More have been spotted, but I did not get a chance to photograph them.

Emmanuel Laflamme

Every year around Mural Festival Enzo Sarto comes to Montreal with his wheatpastes, posters and stickers. More below.

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

Enzo Sarto

A hand-drawn one by Enzo Sarto.

This one and the ones below are just a few of the dozens of stickers by Il Flatcha to have been slapped in the streets of Montreal during the period covered by this post.

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha

Il Flatcha; there are so many of these construction signs around Montreal, it makes sense that someone would poke ‘fun’ at them.

Il Flatcha, also seen in other colour variations.

Zek came up with 3 new sticker designs, this one and the 2 below.

Zek

Zek

Sloast

Sloast

Elsol25

Gial

Unidentified artist.

A hand-drawn one by Mono Sourcil.

Naia

Naia (fly) and Fasi (cow).

Naia (bottom left) and Fasi (top right).

Pink

Christophe Catelain

D*Face?

It’s Alive

Miss Conduct

Miss Conduct

Miss Conduct

Miss Conduct

Miss Conduct

Miss Conduct

Miss Conduct

Miss Conduct

Miss Conduct

unidentified artist

Zdey

Full Course


wood-ups

Starkey wood-up found in Hochelaga.

Wzrds Gng wood-up in the Plateau.

Wzrds Gng wood-up in the Plateau.

Wzrds Gng wood-up in the Plateau.

National Zombi has been putting up old laminates which he painted partially, leaving areas showing the old print. These are technically not wood-ups, but I’m still showing them in this section… More below.

Painted laminate by National Zombi.

Painted laminate by National Zombi.

Painted laminate by National Zombi.

Painted laminate by National Zombi.


fence-tagging

Montreal is blessed to have Swiss artist Ygrek in town for some time this summer. This artist’s medium is tape which he weaves through the mesh of fences to write his name tag-style, or to create abstract patterns. Here are a few photos of his work.

L’artiste suisse Ygrek est en ville pour un certain temps cet été et il y a déjà laissé sa trace. Son medium est le ruban adhésif industriel et ses canevas sont les clotures de la ville. Il tisse ainsi son nom (comme un tag) ou crée des motifs abstrait. Voici quelques photos des pièces que j’ai réussi à trouver avant détérioration.


other

Small sculpted head by Biko found on an art panel for the Mural Festival.

Another small sculpted head by Biko found on an art panel for the Mural Festival.

Nessie aka Nese.

Mosaic by some anonymous artist in Petite-Patrie.

Another mosaic by the same anonymous artist as above on a different side of the concrete block.

Painted tarp or canvas stripe by Ryan The Wheelbarrow.

Another painted tarp or canvas stripe by Ryan The Wheelbarrow. Many other variations not shown here have been found.

MTL En Arts 2016

This post brings together photos of various artistic creations from the MTL En Arts festival which took place from June 29th to July 3rd this year. The event was put together mainly for artists to sell their creations, but I am only posting here the free public art curated by the people behind the festival. These include

  • the sidewalk panels on Amherst between Ste-Catherine and Robin
  • the flowerpots on Amherst between Ste-Catherine and René-Lévesque
  • the wheatpastes on the boarded doors and windows of the old Club Sandwich restaurant/hotel complex

Cet article présente une gallerie-photo des oeuvres créées dans le contexte de l’édition 2016 du festival MTL En Arts qui a eu lieu cette année du 29 juin au 3 juillet. Le but de l’événement est de donner aux artistes une opportunité de vendre leurs créations, mais ce qui est présenté ici ne sont que les oeuvres publiques gratuites créées dans le contexte du festival. Celles-ci incluent

  • les panneaux sur les trottoirs de la rue Amherst entre Ste-Catherine et Robin
  • les pots de fleurs sur Amherst entre Ste-Catherine et René-Lévesque
  • les collages sur les portes et fenêtres placardées de l’ancien complexe restaurant/hôtel Club Sandwich


Amherst panels

Here are the 14 panels installed on Amherst between Ste-Catherine and Robin a few weeks ahead of the festival.

Voici les 14 panneaux installés sur Amherst entre Ste-Catherine et Robin quelques semaines avant la tenue du festival.

Waxhead

Astro

Arnold

Mono Sourcil

Maliciouz

Zoltan V

Andy Dass

Cheryl Voisine

Mirabolle

M’Os Geez

Mr Crocks

One Ton

Melsa Montagne

Shane Watt


Amherst flowerpots

Over a dozen huge flowerpots were installed on Amherst between Ste-Catherine and René-Lévesque and painted by various artists a few weeks before the festival. In keeping with the purpose of this blog, I have only selected to show the works of street artists and other artists who have been known to do public events beforehand.

Une douzaine ou peut-être une quinzaine de grands pots de fleurs ont été installés sur Amherst entre Ste-Catherine et René-Lévesque et peints par divers artistes quelques semaines avant la tenue du festival. La galerie ci-dessous n’inclut que les oeuvres des artistes connus dans le monde du street art et autres artistes participant régulièrement à des événements artistiques publics.

Cryote, angle 1.

Cryote, angle 2.

Mateo, angle 1.

Mateo, angle 2.

Loopkin

Gribouilliz

IAmBatman


Club Sandwich wheatpastes

During the event, the boarded doors and windows of the Club Sandwich restaurant/hotel complex, usually covered with ad posters, were plastered with wheatpastes from various artists. Again, in keeping with the purpose of this blog, I have only selected to show the works of street artists and other artists who have been known to do public events before.

Pendant la tenue du festival, les portes et fenêtres placardées du complexe hôtelier Club Sandwich, habituellement recouvertes d’affiches publicitaires, sont devenues le canevas pour les collages d’une sélection d’artistes. La galerie ci-dessous n’inclut que les oeuvres des artistes connus dans le monde du street art et autres artistes participant régulièrement à des événements artistiques publics.

Miss Me

Labrona

Mateo

Futur Lasor Now

Mono Sourcil

Arnold

Spudbomb (left), Borrris (right) and WhatIsAdam (far right)

WhatIsAdam

Emmanuel Laflamme

XRAY (left) and Pipsqueak (right)

Mr Crocks (left) and Tava (right)

Loopkin

Mirabolle

New murals and other painted works August 2015

Here’s a gallery of murals and other smaller painted pieces produced during August 2015. This must have been one of the busiest months in Montreal street art history, I have to split the work I photographed into separate posts presenting pasted works (wheatpastes, paste-ups, stickers, etc.) and recent graffiti. If you wish to see new work as soon as I photograph it, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente une galerie-photo des murales et autres pièces peintes de plus petite envergure produites en août 2015. Ceci a dû être un des mois les plus occupés pour l’art urbain à Montréal. Conséquemment, des articles séparés sont consacrés aux plus récents collages (et autres pièces collées) et aux plus récents graffitis. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


murals

Five Eight mural on Mont-Royal, for LNDMRK.

Gene Pendon and Bryan Beyung in Chinatown.

Phillips Adams at the Habitations Jeanne-Mance.

Julian Palma in Parc-Ex.

Birdo for the Chromatic block party. Unfortunately this piece was vandalised within hours of completion, so this image is © Birdo.

Melissa del Pinto for the Chromatic block party. Unfortunately this piece was vandalised within hours of completion, so this image is © Melissa del Pinto. Additional pieces by Jeremy Shantz and Jason Botkin produced at the same event were also vandalised but I haven’t been able to find good photos of them to post here.

Jonathan Bergeron for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party.

Bfour aka Beeforeo for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party.

Mateo for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party.

MC Baldassari for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party.

Clandestinos (Shalak and Bruno Smoky) in Petite-Patrie for the Tandem program of that borough. Scroll down for more Shalak and Smoky work.

Mr Crocks in Petite-Patrie for the Tandem program of that borough.

4-Tin in Rosemont for the Tandem program of that borough.

MC Baldassari in Petite-Patrie for the Tandem program of that borough.

MC Baldassari in Ville Emard.

Kevin Ledo in the Plateau.

Shalak in the Plateau.

Turtle Caps in the Plateau.

Bruno Smoky in the Plateau.

Bruno Smoky in the Plateau.

Bruno Smoky in the Plateau. There’s more by Bruno Smoky in the ‘mural pieces’ section below.

Futur Lasor Now in the Plateau.

Tchug and Vect at the Lachine graffiti jam.

John Kaye in Petite-Patrie.

Jessica Sabogal with the help of Elizabeth Blancas for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices.

Red Bandit wheatpaste (left) over a Swarm mural for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices. This is the left section of a larger collaborative mural (see next two images).

Melanie Cervantes with the help of Lindsay Katsitsakatste for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices. This is the middle section of a larger collaborative mural (see images above and below).

Lianne Charlie paint and wheatpaste mural for Decolonizing Street Art 2015 – Unceded Voices. This is the right section of a larger collaborative mural (see previous two images).

Ilana Pichon in TMR.

Cryote from the Wzrds Gng modified this garage door in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet when he repaired it post-vandalism.

Cryote again, in front of the garage door above in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

A very long wall by Zek with help from Hsix in NDG. Click to see bigger, or scroll down for detail close-ups.

Detail of the above long wall in NDG by Zek and Hsix. This segment shows mostly Zek’s work, with Hsix on the cyclist at the far right of the shot.

Another detail of the above long wall in NDG by Zek and Hsix. This segment is all Zek’s work.

Close-up on one of Hsix‘s segments of the above long wall in NDG with Zek.

Close-up on one of Hsix‘s segments of the above long wall in NDG with Zek.

Cyndie Belhumeur and Isabelle Duguay on the Place des Arts esplanade.

Bad Luck Jealousy in Monkland Village.

Ad mural by Orgasthme in Plateau End.

Nese on the remains of a burnt down building in Rosemont.


mural pieces

Bruno Smoky in the Plateau.

Waxhead (top) in Plateau End; also visible at the bottom is an older piece by Cryote.

Yolacocacola (top) and Waxhead (bottom) in Plateau End alley.

Yolacocacola (top) and Waxhead (bottom) in Plateau End alley.

Waxhead (left) and Starkey (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Starkey at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Mr Chose at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Mr Chose at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Sien514 at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

A well-hidden Turtle Caps in the company of Deadliest Rosa.

Hank at the abandoned Canada Malting building.

Flavor at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Unidentified artist on a garage door in the Plateau.

Unidentified artist in a Plateau End alley.


small pieces and tagging

Futur Lasor Now in the Plateau

Unidentified artist under an expressway.

Unidentified artist under an expressway.

Unidentified artist under an expressway.

Lapin in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Lapin in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Lapin in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Figurative tag by Loopkin in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Figurative tag by Loopkin in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Yolacocacola in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.


other

Tiles by an unidentified artist over bricks in a Plateau alley.

Wood-up by Mouthful in the Plateau.

Mouthful on a wooden support, nailed onto a post.

These car stencils by some unidentified artist have been popping up here and there around the city.


Plaza St-Hubert posts

For their sidewalk sale at the end of August, the Plaza St-Hubert asked 16 artists to paint one street post each. These creations are all featured below, front and back (except for 3 artists who only painted one side).

Dans le cadre de leur vente trottoir à la fin du mois d’août, la Plaza St-Hubert a demandé à 16 artistes d’illustrer un poteau de la plaza chacun. Toutes ces créations sont présentées ci-dessous, devant et derrière (à l’exception de 3 artistes qui n’ont peint qu’une face de leur poteau).

Axe representing K6A.

Borrris

Mateo

MC Baldassari

Mono Sourcil

Melsa Montagne

M’Os Geez

Adeline Benhammouda did her usual mosaics instead of painting.

Dave Todaro (left), Yohan Kettenmeyer (centre) and Jean-François Burton (right). Click on photos for close-ups.

D.Deblois

Victor Varacalli

Julie Tracz

Margot Bussière

Marie-Claude Marquis


Nuit blanche sur tableau noir

For the 20th edition of Nuit blanche sur tableau noir which took place after sundown on August 28th on Mont-Royal, 31 artists were given spots on that street to do their thing. Five of these creations are presented below.

Pour la 20ième édition de Nuit blanche sur tableau noir qui a eu lieu après le coucher du soleil le 28 août dernier sur l’avenue Mont-Royal, 31 artistes se sont vus octroyer un espace sur la rue pour produire une oeuvre au sol. Cinq de ces créations sont présentées ici.

Borrris

Emmanuel Laflamme

Karolane Sigouin

MC and MSHL

Ilana Pichon

New street art and graffiti September 2014


Walls

The first two murals below are part of the revitalization programme of rue Savoie, behind the Bibliothèque Nationale. More murals are in the works on that street, so stay tuned.

Les deux premières murales ci-dessous font partie du plan de revitalisation de la rue Savoie, derrière la Bibliothèque Nationale. D’autres murales sont en cours de production sur cette même rue, j’en parlerai lorsqu’elles seront complétées.

Gene Pendon mural on Savoie. The mural is a tribute to Innu women.

Mural on Savoie by Les Hommes De Lettres.

Mural by Zoltan V and Gives in the St-Denis|Drolet alley between Duluth and Roy.

Mural by En Masse featuring Dan Buller (woman in helmet), Cheryl Voisine (woman with hair), Turtle Caps (middle), Jeremy Shantz (top), Cryote (right) and of course Jason Botkin tying it all together, in an alley in Villeray. This mural, like the next two on this page, was created during the recent street fair titled “A pieds ou à vélo”.

Mural by En Masse featuring Dan Buller and others, in a Villeray alley.

Piece on garage door by MC Baldassari for En Masse, in a Villeray alley. It is found to the right of the mural above.

Mathieu Connery installation on the corner of St-Christophe and Marie-Anne. I was told the installation is not finished, but the artist has not worked on it for about a month.

Tribute mural to Oliver Jones by Dan Buller and Five Eight in Little Burgundy.

The Hsix tribute mural to Lea Roback in the Plateau appears to be finished. For Muralité.

Mural by Benjamin Picard, Mylène Chabrol, Mathias Vouters and Marie Gosselin in the Plateau. For Muralité.

This smaller piece by Emmanuel Laflamme for the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival was completed after the end of the festival.

Lith and Fezat at the Cabot x Gilmore walls in the South-West.

The 123Klan‘s Scien (left) and Klor (right) at the Cabot x Gilmore walls in the South West.

Five Eight piece in St-Henri.

Graffiti mural by Hary in the St-Denis|Drolet alley.


Wheatpastes and small painted/stencilled works

Miss Me has been taking her new ‘girls’ out on the town. This one was found in Mile End.

Miss Me wheatpaste found in the Plateau.

Miss Me wheatpaste found in Mile End.

Miss Me wheatpaste found in Mile End.

Tava‘s Screaming Hearts paste-ups now exist in new colour variations (see below for more).

One more new variation on Tava‘s Screaming Hearts paste-ups.

Wheatpaste by Nova in Mile End.

Labrona (right) and Mono Sourcil (left) wheatpastes in the Quartier des Spectacles.

Labrona (right) and Mono Sourcil (left) wheatpastes in the Quartier des Spectacles.

Painted construction sign found on the corner of St-Denis and Marie-Anne, by an unidentified artist who may be associated with Decolonizing Street Art.

Wheatpaste on wall in the alley behind St-Denis, presumably by the same unidentified artist as above.

Wheatpaste by Pyramid Oracle in Mile End.

Wheatpaste by Swarm for Decolonizing Street Art in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Wheatpaste by Mono Sourcil in the Quartier des Spectacles.

Il Flatcha art on sticker sheet.

Makenoize stencilled in Mile End.

Makenoize pasted in Mile End.


Pétanque à la place d’Youville

The Old Montreal SDC has been setting up place d’Youville for a string of events called ‘Pétanque à la place d’Youville’. In the process they hired Montreal artist Tava to add some colour to the area. He has spray-painted his art on the concrete beams closing off Place d’Youville and on its picnic tables. The image gallery below shows five of the beams and two of the tables. Work was in progress at the time these photos were taken, so more is to come.

La SDC du Vieux-Montreal a réaménagé la place d’Youville pour une suite d’événements intitulée ‘Pétanque à la place d’Youville’. L’artiste montréalais Tava a été engagé pour mettre un peu de vie dans cet espace urbain. Il a peint à la cannette les blocs de béton délimitant la place ainsi que les tables de pique-nique qui s’y trouvent. La gallerie-photo ci-dessous présente cinq blocs de béton et deux tables de pique-nique. D’autres sont à venir, le travail étant en cours d’exécution au moment où ces photos furent prises.


Stickers

One of Tava‘s many new colour variations for his Screaming Hearts (see also paste-ups above).

Sticker by Homsik.

Futur Lasor Now

A new variation on an older design by Futur Lasor Now.

A new variation on an older design by Futur Lasor Now.

A new variation on an older design by Futur Lasor Now.

Mono Sourcil

Mouthful

The western Plateau/lower Mile-End has been plastered lately with variations of this hand drawn sticker by an unidentified artist.

One more variation on the above hand drawn sticker by an unidentified artist.

Under Pressure Festival 2014

Here’s a gallery featuring all the works produced during the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. For other editions see the following posts:
2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2013 editions.

Cet article présente les oeuvres produites au cours de l’édition 2014 du Festival Under Pressure. Pour les autres éditions, voir les articles suivants:
Éditions 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2013.


Under Pressure 2014 logo, art by Miss Me.

Under Pressure 2014 logo, art by Miss Me.


The walls

Five Eight and Earth Crusher.

3 walls of HoarKor aka HRKR.

K6A featuring Fleo, Monk.e, Dodo Osé, Serak, Axe, Dkae and Saer.

Eska, Asyne, Rouks and Fokus, plus an older Serak at the top.

Hsix and Esprit.

Featuring Ms Teri (top left) Fonki (other character), Sobe, Warez and perhaps others.

Mace (top left), Maysr (top right), etc.

MSHL (bottom left), Debza (bottom right), Joe, Seaz and Flow (letters at the top).

Ether (top left), Mersh (top right) and Shok (bottom).

Scribe

Featuring Gnius (middle left in red), Peyo/Yope (middle, right of center), Liza (right of Peyo), Skor (top right) amongst many others.

Crazy Apes wall.

Lapin, Maddog and Namer.


180 Ste-Catherine est

General view of the building

Miss Me in the top windows

Miss Me in the top windows

Miss Me in the top windows

Miss Me in the top windows

Miss Me in the top windows

Marc-André Giguère on bottom window.

Gribouilliz on bottom window.

Le Monstr on bottom window.

MSHL on bottom window.

Bonar on bottom window.

Alex Produkt (left), Tyler K Rauman (right) on bottom window.

Debza on bottom window.

Isaac Holland on bottom window.


210 Ste-Catherine est

General view of the building

Jonathan Himsworth / Stadium Art Movement

Emmanuel Laflamme

Emmanuel Laflamme
(this piece was done in early september after the end of the festival)

Mono Sourcil, Labrona, Turtle Caps, Alex Produkt

Turtle Caps, Mono Sourcil, Labrona

Turtle Caps, Mono Sourcil, Labrona

Mono Sourcil, Futur Lasor Now


Unofficial pieces on board walls

Regimental One Ton

Chris Dyer

MC Baldassari

Okies

Le Monstr

M. Abstrakt

Aude Maeva

Bryan Keith Lanier

IAmBatman

Waxhead

Futur Lasor Now

Andy Dass

unidentified artist

IAmBatman

Paulie H

Debza

unidentified artist


Container on rue Boisbriand

Mono Sourcil side.

Pec? side.


Other

additional Miss Me wheatpaste on boarded wall

Cabane à sucre, a secret art gallery

Over the 12 days leading up to August 29, over 40 artists mostly from Montreal got together and created an open-air art gallery on the walls of the interior courtyard of a three-storey building in the lower Plateau, near the Quartier des Spectacles. The secret project was the brainchild of New York City expat Turtle Caps and was inspired by Surplus Candy, a similar project put together at the end of last year by New York City-based pun-loving street artist Hanksy. The Montreal project was actually titled ‘Cabane à sucre’ as a sweet reference to Hanksy’s Surplus Candy.

Turtle Caps found the space a few months ago and knew that something special could be done with it. He expects the building to be torn down in the near future to make way for new condos and wanted to give it a final makeover – a swan song of sorts. The line-up of artists that he managed to get involved are all friends. Most of them are street artists, but a few had never worked outside or on walls before.

Turtle Caps stresses that he did not want this to be a commercial event, with entrance fee and commemorative DVDs. His intention was to counterbalance the growing influence of certain galleries and key players in the Montreal art scene who are increasingly dictating what’s cool and what’s not. Because it is only accessible through private apartments, the Cabane à sucre gallery will remain a private one, never to be made available to the general public. However, in order to give a bit of publicity to his fellow artists who got involved solely for the love of art and creation, without funding of any kind, he agreed to give media and street art enthusiasts such as myself access to the gallery, by appointment, one day only, on August 29, 2014.

Pendant les 12 jours précédant le 29 août dernier, une quarantaine d’artistes montréalais se sont réunis pour créer une gallerie d’art à ciel ouvert sur les murs de la cour intérieure d’un édifice de 3 étages du bas-Plateau, près du quartier des spectacles. Ce projet secret est l’initiative de l’artiste Turtle Caps, originaire de New York mais très actif à Montréal depuis quelques années. La gallerie a été intitulée ‘Cabane à sucre’, un clin d’oeil à Surplus Candy, un projet similaire monté l’année dernière à New York par l’artiste Hanksy.

Turtle Caps a découvert l’espace en question il y a huit mois and a immédiatement vu son potentiel. Il s’attend à ce que l’édifice soit détruit sous peu pour faire place à de nouveaux condos et voulait lui donner son chant du cygne avant l’arrivée des grues de démolition. Les artistes qui ont répondu à son invitation sont tous des amis. La plupart viennent de la scène street, mais quelques uns n’avaient jamais travaillé à l’extérieur ou sur un mur avant de recevoir l’invitation.

Turtle Caps souligne qu’il ne voulait pas faire du projet un événement commercial, avec prix d’entrée et DVD commémoratif. Son intention était de dénoncer ou de contrebalancer l’influence grandissante de certaines galeries et acteurs de la scène d’art montréalaise dictant ce qui est cool et ce qui ne l’est pas. Parce qu’accessible seulement via des logements privés, la gallerie Cabane à sucre est vouée à demeurer privée et ne sera jamais vue du grand public. Ceci étant dit, afin de redonner un peu de visibilité aux artistes qui se sont impliqués seulement par amour de l’art, sans subvention, il a accepté de donner accès aux médias et aux passionnés de street art, sur rendez-vous seulement, le 29 août 2014.

See also / voir aussi:
Cult Montreal’s exclusive story announcing the media day
Frontispice du journal Métro Montréal, 29 août
Cult Montreal’s image gallery
article on the Fresh Paint blog

General view / vue générale

View from the top floor

Floors 2 and 3, northern wall

Top floor / étage supérieur

En Masse (left), Laurence Vallières (centre), Il Flatcha (right)

The sun is beaming down on QBNYC aka Turtle Caps as he works on the only unfinished piece of the project

Valerie Bastille and Swarm (wall), Alysha Farling (installation).

Ms Teri

Lina Kretzschmar

Sculptures by Laurence Vallières

Alex Produkt, Citizan (top left paste-up) and installation by Alysha Farling.

Pascale Lamoureux-Miron(?)

52Hz, Citizan (bottom right).

Mirabolle, Okies.

Tava (photo © Tava).

Andy Dass (left) and Waxhead (right).

Second floor / 2ième étage

View of northern wall, 2nd floor:
En Masse, Miss Me, Waxhead, Alysha Farling, M. Abstrakt, Oram 79, IAmBatman, Emmanuel Laflamme, Mastrocola

En Masse

Miss Me

Miss Me, Waxhead, Alysha Farling, all framed by M. Abstrakt

M. Abstrakt, Oram 79, IAmBatman, Emmanuel Laflamme.

Mastrocola (wall) and Alysha Farling (installation).

View of eastern wall, 2nd floor:Chris Dyer, MC Baldassari, Labrona

Chris Dyer

Labrona

Miss Me

Miss Me, Alysha Farling (installation at bottom) and Futur Lasor Now

Bonar (with a bit of Fonki on windows).

Miss Me

Xray

Kevin Ledo

Grazyna Adamska-Jarecka

Lily Luciole

Jonathan Himsworth / Stadium Art Movement

Ground floor / niveau sol

View of western wall, ground floor
Axe (back wall), Oram 79 (front) and Laurence Vallières (left at the back). The Oram 79 frame was actually done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Laurence Vallières

Ether / Benny Wilding

En Masse

Stela (girls) and Homsik (fuzzy creature).

Jason Botkin (photo © Lisa Sproull, Cult Montreal).

Waxhead (this was done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival).

IAmBatman (this was done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival).

HoarKor aka HRKR (part 1/3). Also visible on the left is a frame by Ms Teri which was done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

HoarKor aka HRKR (part 2/3).

HoarKor aka HRKR (part 3/3).