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New graffiti May 2016

This post features photos of graffiti pieces created around Montreal during May 2016 and that I was lucky enough to catch. I am aware that at the time this post is published there is still one week left in the month of May, but I will be out of town on vacation for the rest of the month. Whatever else I find after I return will be added to this gallery if I know that it was done in May. If you want to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les meilleurs graffitis créés à Montréal au cours de mai 2016 et que j’ai eu la chance de trouver et photographier. Je suis conscient qu’il reste encore une semaine au mois de mai, mais je serai à l’extérieur de la ville en vacances jusqu’à la fin du mois. Suite à mon retour, ce que je trouverai qui aura été fait en mai sera ajouté à cette gallerie. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


Fluke representing Ashop for 123Klan’s FamJam. Creature by Aiik (scroll down for a graf piece by Aiik).

Zek for 123Klan’s FamJam. Scroll down for another one by Zek.

Slick was the main guest for 123Klan’s FamJam. Scroll down to Klor and Aiik’s pieces below for a few characters by this artist.

123Klan‘s Scien for their FamJam.

123Klan‘s Klor for their FamJam. Character by Slick.

Aiik, the son of 123Klan’s Scien and Klor. Character by Slick.

Shok at the Projet45 DIY skatepark.

Narc at the Projet45 DIY skatepark.

Ewol at the Projet45 DIY skatepark.

F.One at the Projet45 DIY skatepark.

Skor at the Projet45 DIY skatepark.

Skor at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Skor

Tuna

Legal (letters) and Jmoe (character).

Meor in Rosemont.

Pask in Rosemont.

Pask at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Pask at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Pask at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Pask at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Lyfer at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome. Scroll down a bit for more by Lyfer.

Ekes at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Ekes at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Ekes at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Ekes at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Visible above is an older piece by Gaulois.

One more by Ekes. Scroll down a bit for yet another piece by this artist who kept himself very busy the past month.

Lyfer at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome. Lacking a roller, Lyfer splashed paint on the wall to create a background then drew the outline of his letters over it.

Lyfer at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Naimo in Rosemont.

Scribe representing Underdogs in Rosemont.

Scribe at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

>Scribe representing Underdogs in St-Henri.

Haks at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Haks in Rosemont.

Nemo in Rosemont.

Zek in Rosemont. Scroll up for another one by Zek.

Hemps in Rosemont.

Grab in Rosemont.

Grab at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Apashe at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Stare in Rosemont.

Senk‘s half of a new AG Crew wall in Petite-Patrie.

Snipe‘s half of a new AG Crew wall in Petite-Patrie.

Yope aka Peyo at the PSC legal graffiti wall. Character on the right is by Gaulois (part of a piece I won’t post because it was heavily toyed by the time I found it).

Bopor at the PSC legal graffiti wall. Character on the left is by Gaulois (part of a piece I won’t post because it was heavily toyed by the time I found it).

Yope aka Peyo in Rosemont.

Bopor in Rosemont.

Gaulois in Rosemont.

Gaulois in industrial trackside Montreal.

Boporc aka Bopor in industrial trackside Montreal.

Gaulois and/or Bopor representing TMRC in industrial trackside Montreal.

Gaulois at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Bopor at the PSC legal graffiti wall. Character on the left is by Gaulois.

Janek at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Ekes at the PSC legal graffiti wall. Scroll up for many more by Ekes who was very active this past month.

Crane at the PSC legal graffiti wall. Scroll down a bit for one more by Crane.

Wonez at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Wonez in Rosemont.

Wonez and Noper on industrial Hampstead rooftop.

Crane in Rosemont. Scroll up a bit for one more by Crane.

Arose in Rosemont.

Crisp (letters) in Rosemont. Work on the left is by an unidentified artist.

EK Sept (left) and Elfu (right), from Mother’s Day.

EK Sept at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Aces at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Aces at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Serum at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Easy Tha 3rd (letters) with his character Mr Chose over the letters, at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Block in Rosemont.

Venise in Rosemont.

Wuna at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Wuna at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Salé at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Arek in the abandoned Transco.

Arek at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Probe at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Vapo (bottom left) and Acro (bottom right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible above is an older one by Aces.

Acro (bottom left) and Vapo (bottom centre) over a huge roller by NTFA at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

High rollers by Cafe and Acro from VHS at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Acro at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Vapo at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Mark(?) at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Staze at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Rizek at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Guest at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Dekor at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Another one by Dekor at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Quest (left) and Gnius (right) in Rosemont.

Aner at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Hary at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Unidentified artist at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Max (characters) and Ogen (letters) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Visible above is an older piece by Aces.

Max at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Endzo in Rosemont.

Blek in Rosemont.

War in Rosemont.

Feros in Rosemont.

Slomo

Hitem (left) and Slomo (right).

Bakeso

Herlen

Kube at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

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

Kelen at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. It’s difficult to see in a photo, but this is actuallly an ‘etchitti’. The letters were not painted. Instead, the flat coloured surface was etched to reveal the colours from earlier pieces. For those who don’t see the letters, don’t worry, this is Kelen’s usual style.

Kelen (ground level) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Above is presumably Gaulois for the Mad Rats Crew (TMRC).

Neak at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Neak at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Jinx (left) and Desr (right) in St-Michel.

Awe in Hampstead.

Sor’e in Hampstead.

Bask in Hampstead.

Weis at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Kbron at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Kbron at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Over at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Slik at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Vest at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Penar at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Hieck at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible above is a blue flop by Bopor.

Unidentified writer (left) and Sec (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Visible above is an older one by Kube.

Unidentified writer (left) and Name (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Haps at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Slayk (top) and Sewp (bottom) at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

New graffiti March 2016

This post features photos of graffiti pieces created around Montreal during March 2016 and that I was lucky enough to catch. If you want to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les meilleurs graffitis créés à Montréal au cours de mars 2016 et que j’ai eu la chance de trouver et photographier. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


Cemz at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Smak at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Scaner doing Hoacs’ name at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Scaner in Hochelaga.

Smak in Hochelaga.

Skor in Hochelaga.

Skor in the abandoned Transco.

Narc in the abandoned Transco.

Shok in the abandoned Transco.

Shok in the abandoned Transco.

Arek in the abandoned Transco.

Skor at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Skor in Ville St-Laurent.

Skor in Ville St-Laurent.

Skor at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Skor at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Tuna at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Tuna at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Shrek at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Killa EF at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Scribe representing Underdogs at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Naimo representing Underdogs at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Naimo on a car heading for the scrapyard.

Ekes on the opposite side of the above car.

Ekes in Rosemont.

Ekes under highway.

Logre aka Reebok at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Bosny at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Bosny under expressway.

Meor under expressway.

Pask under expressway.

Koal in Rosemont.

Epos in Rosemont.

Pease aka Peace in Hochelaga.

Pease aka Peace in the abandoned Armstrong.

Quote in the abandoned Armstrong

Kwun in the abandoned Armstrong

Kwun in Rosemont.

Blek in Rosemont.

Blek in Rosemont.

Blek in Rosemont.

Debza in Rosemont.

Acek at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Omar aka Royal at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Crane at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Crane and Homer at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Crane in Rosemont.

Swik in Rosemont.

Wonez in Rosemont.

Wonez at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Noper near the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Easter production by Haks at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Easter production by Angr at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

F.One representing HSP at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Block on the abandoned Transco.

Venise on the abandoned Transco.

Eskro at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Eskro in Rosemont.

Laki at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Laki and Ozek at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

EK Sept at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Gaulois at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Flavor (head), Resno (green flop) and Gaulois (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Gaulois doing TMRC in Rosemont.

Reab at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Nstor in Ville St-Laurent.

Raes at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Face at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Duke at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Duke in Rosemont.

Neak (left) and Bewet (right) at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Staple and Fabu at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Lect at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Reces at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Gnius at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Actor at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Nasp at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Bomr at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Someone for TOTR in Rosemont.

Someone for TOTR in Rosemont.

Amok at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Feros in Rosemont.

Axl? Babkianaxl? at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Mean and unidentified artist at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

New graffiti August-September 2015

This post collects photos of graffiti pieces created around Montreal during the latter half of August and the whole of September 2015. Of course, this is just a fraction of what was produced in this city – it is the best of what I was lucky enough to catch. If you want to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les meilleures pièces de graffitis que j’ai eu la chance de trouver à Montréal et qui ont été produites au cours de la deuxième moitié d’août et au cours du mois de septembre au complet. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


Kemr in Petite-Patrie.

John Kaye in Petite-Patrie.

Shok in Petite-Patrie.

Haks, Aloke and Mastrocola in Mercier.

Lyfer in Pointe-St-Charles, with older throwies by Bank and Owk above it.

Etch-a-sketch by the Next Time crew featuring Crane (top), Rouks (middle) and Wonez (bottom) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Rouks (bottom) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible above is an older piece by Aces.

MC Baldassari (left), Rouks (right) and a throwie by Flavor (above) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Pask in Rosemont.

Mistx in Rosemont.

Amit from Germany in Plateau End.

Desk7 from Germany in Plateau End.

Scien from 123Klan in Plateau End.

Klor from 123Klan in Plateau End.

Debza in Rosemont.

Jaber in upper Plateau.

Clok in upper Plateau.

Zoner in Rosemont.

Demos in Rosemont.

Demos in upper Plateau.

Zoner in upper Plateau rooftop.

Demos and Zoner (top) in Mile End. Also visible are older throwies by Beo, Ezot, Deep, Ecro, Amigo, Feros, Sake, etc.

203’s Phare in an abandoned lot in eastern Hochelaga.

203’s Algue in an abandoned lot in eastern Hochelaga.

203’s Lyfer in an abandoned lot in eastern Hochelaga.

Block in Rosemont.

Havok in Rosemont.

Egor aka The New Yen for Crazy Apes in Rosemont.

Narc from Crazy Apes in Rosemont.

Naimo at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen (unfinished).

Naimo in Rosemont.

Ekes in Rosemont.

Ewol from HSP crew in Rosemont.

Sewer from HSP crew in Rosemont.

Royal at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Royal at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Akym in Rosemont.

Ms Teri and Aliss at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Eskro for the Astred Collective in the Plateau.

Unidentified artist in Rosemont.

Venise in Rosemont.

Unidentified artist at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Kelen representing YU8 at the Canada Malting plant.

Breathe throwie at the Canada Malting plant.

Coral at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible amongst others are an older throwie by Penar (middle) and an old wheatpaste by Lovebot (top).

Flavor (left) and Buzz (right) above the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Devil in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Balis in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Arcel in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Outline throwie by Lyfer on the ground during a street fair on Mont-Royal.


Lachine graffiti jam

The 2015 edition of the Lachine graffiti jam happened during the final weekend of August. As usual the event brought together many of this city’s finest writers to do their thing on the half-wall they had been allotted. Here’s a rundown of the new works created this year.

L’édition 2015 du jam graffiti de Lachine s’est déroulée au cours de la dernière fin de semaine d’août. Comme à chaque année, l’événement a réuni plusieurs des meilleurs artistes de Montréal. Chacun a créé une pièce sur le demi-mur qui leur avait été alloué. Voici un compte-rendu photo des créations de cette année.

Jaker (top) and Legal (bottom).

Pito (top) and Johste (bottom).

Killa EF (top) and someone from the KP10s (bottom).

Skor (top) and Smak (bottom).

Haks (top) and Ozax (bottom).

K6A‘s Otak (top) and Fleo (bottom).

Bosny (top) and Swarm (bottom).

Dré aka Earth Crusher.

Axe (top) and Wuna (bottom).

Vect (letters) and Tchug (figurative).

Snok (top left), Mask (top right), Skim (bottom left), Beaf (bottom right).


Trucks

A handful or two of trucks were painted during Elementality’s Hip Hop You Don’t Stop event at the end of September. Here are the ones I have been able to photograph so far and that feature graffiti.

Une dizaine de camions ont été peints au cours de la fin de semaine Hip Hop You Don’t Stop d’Elementality à la fin de septembre. Voici ceux que j’ai eu la chance de photographier et qui figurent du graffiti.

K6A‘s Fleo and Dodo Osé.

Monk.e and Mastrocola did the other side of the above truck.

Ms Teri did the back of the above truck.

Lyfer (letters) and Bosny.

Opposite side of the above, showing Awe (letters) between Opire on the left and Bosny on the right.

Back side of the above by Opire.

New street art and graffiti February-March 2015

Due to the slow arrival of Spring, there isn’t much painted work to report at this point. The bulk of what I found lately are pieces by France’s El Moot Moot who has left his mark in many neighbourhoods of our city, and of course one by Waxhead who is just unstoppable. In the pasted work department (wheatpastes, paste-ups, stickers), the unstoppable one is Futur Lasor Now, and true to his usual self he has treated us to a number of new designs or new variations on familiar themes. The previously mentioned El Moot Moot as well as London’s Mother Superior have also decorated the city’s urban furniture with a significant amount of new stickers.

Comme le printemps prends son temps à décoller, il n’y a que très peu de pièces peintes à présenter ici. La grande majorité de ce que j’ai eu la chance de découvrir est par l’artiste français El Moot Moot qui a laissé son empreinte dans plusieurs quartiers de la ville. La seule autre pièce peinte majeure découverte est par Waxhead que rien ne peut arrêter. Au chapitre des oeuvres collées (collages, stickers, etc), celui qui ne peut être arrêté est Futur Lasor Now et, fidèle à lui-même, il nous a servi une bonne quantité de nouveaux trucs et de nouvelles variations sur des thèmes déjà connus. Le ci-haut mentionné El Moot Moot ainsi que Mother Superior de Londres ont aussi décoré le mobilier urbain d’une grande quantité de leurs stickers.


painted pieces

The year has barely started and this small house on Duluth was already given its second facelift by Waxhead. Also visible at the top is an older piece by Gawd. Check out the evolution of the house at the latter Waxhead link, it’s worth it.

El Moot Moot on St-Laurent

El Moot Moot between the Plateau and Villeray.

El Moot Moot on Beaubien.

El Moot Moot in the Plateau.

El Moot Moot on the George General d’Auto Reparation.

El Moot Moot in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Unidentified artist (left) and El Moot Moot (right) in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Also visible in this shot are tags by Feros and Thief! amongst others.

El Moot Moot in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Also visible in this shot are a sticker and part of a wheatpaste by ROC514.

El Moot Moot in Centre-Sud.

El Moot Moot in the Village. Piece above it is by an unidentified artist.

El Moot Moot in the Village. Also visible is a tag by Thief!

Unidentified artist (left) and El Moot Moot (right) in Centre-Sud.

Small piece by someone from the WC Crew in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.


train track graffiti

Otek from CSX.

Peams from CSX. Also visible on the background wall are older pieces by Crane, Royal and many others.

Haxan. Also visible on the background wall is older graffiti by Oser, Zion, Pask, Koal and Fost.

Meor. Also visible on the background wall is older graffiti by Oser, Zion, Pask, Koal and Fost.

Koal. Also visible on the background wall is older graffiti by Zion, Koal and Fost.

Aces.


small posters

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now; photo © Futur Lasor Now.


small paste-ups and stickers

Futur Lasor Now. This is actually cut vinyl, blending in quite nicely with the tags around.

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

New variation on an older theme by Futur Lasor Now.

More by Futur Lasor Now.

More by Futur Lasor Now.

Waxhead

This printed El Moot Moot sticker is usually white, not coloured in.

A printed El Moot Moot sticker.

A printed El Moot Moot sticker.

Hand-drawn El Moot Moot sticker.

More by El Moot Moot.

More by El Moot Moot.

More by El Moot Moot.

Paste-up by Stela.

Glitzy sticker by Stela.

Older design in new colours by Swarm.

Older design in new colours by Swarm.

Older design in new colours by Swarm.

London’s Mother Superior is in town.

Mother Superior

Mother Superior

Mother Superior

Mother Superior

Mother Superior

These paste-ups that appear to vary by the stamps in the corners are also by London’s Mother Superior (like the red ‘Hello’ stickers above).

More by London’s Mother Superior.

Nustwo aka Nus2 aka Nus II from the ELP Crew has been slapping around town. This and the one below are the more interesting sticker variations.

Nustwo aka Nus2 aka Nus II from the ELP Crew.

Unidentified artist. Click on image to read the fine print.

Unidentified artist.


stencil

After the Paul McCartney paste-ups from a few months ago, here’s a stencil. Artist is still unidentified.

St-Laurent|Clark back alley between Duluth and des Pins

The back alley that runs behind the western side of St-Laurent is one of Montreal’s great hotspots for commissioned and non-commissioned street art and graffiti. Two stretches of that alley are particularly interesting: the one from Laurier to St-Viateur (the subject of a separate post) and the one from Duluth to des Pins which is covered here. Some of this city’s greatest artists have left their mark there in the form of big murals, smaller figurative pieces, great graffiti, wheatpastes, stencils and of course the unavoidable stickers.

Each segment of the alley has a different feel, so this post is divided accordingly. Most of the photos were taken between the summers 0f 2014 and 2016. Follow me as we walk down from Duluth to des Pins.

La ruelle se trouvant derrière le coté ouest de la rue St-Laurent est une des meilleures galeries à ciel ouvert à Montréal. Deux portions de cette ruelle sont particulièrement intéressantes: celle comprise entre les rues Laurier et St-Viateur (le sujet d’un différent article) et celle comprise entre Duluth et des Pins, que nous traitons ici. Plusieurs parmi les meilleurs artistes à Montréal y ont laissé leur marque (commandée ou non) sous forme de murales et pièces figuratives de plus petite envergure, graffitis, pièces collées, pochoirs, et évidemment les inévitables autocollants.

La gallerie-photo ci-dessous est divisée en chapitres reflétant le caractère différent de chaque segment de cette portion de la ruelle. La majorité des photos ont été prises entre les étés de 2014 et de 2016. Suivez-moi dans cette marche de Duluth à des Pins.


Duluth

The walk down the alley starts at the corner of Duluth. At the entrance of the alley, on Duluth itself, is this house featuring Waxhead and Gawd. Waxhead repaints the house’s facade once or twice a year. Photos below appear in chronological order, two from 2012, one from 2013, two from 2014 and three from 2015.

Notre marche commence au coin de la rue Duluth. A l’entrée de la ruelle, sur Duluth même, se trouve cette maison dont le frontispice a été peint par Waxhead et Gawd. Waxhead repeint le devant de cette maison une ou deux fois par année. Les photos ci-dessous sont présentées en ordre chronologique. Il y en a deux de 2012, une de 2013, deux de 2014, trois de 2015 et une de 2017.

Earliest photographed version, from 2012.

Later in 2012. Addition of Gawd in the upper part and Waxhead redid the window. Scroll down for more.

2013 edition, still with Gawd at the very top and Waxhead in the bottom part.

The first of two 2014 remakes.

The second of two 2014 remakes.

The first of three 2015 remakes.

The second of three 2015 remakes.

The third of three 2015 remakes.

After an extended break Waxhead finally redid the window of the above house in late 2017. Gawd is still visible above. Drawings in the window are by Waxhead and Sloast.

The 2019 edition of the house has Waxhead on and below the window, Cryote over the door and Gawd remains above them both.

2016 piece by Scribe next to the above house.

Scribe redid the above wall off-Mural in 2018, and extended it all the way to the street corner.


Duluth to Bagg

This short segment features mainly one big mural, smaller figurative pieces, a bit of pasting and lots of graffiti and tags.

Ce court segment inclut une grande murale, quelques pièces figuratives de plus petite envergure, quelques pièces collées et beaucoup de graffitis et tags.

Mural by Monk.e on the corner of Bagg.

Waxhead

Waxhead

Cryote

Someone from the WC crew.

Kat wheatpaste.

Kat wheatpaste.

Kat wheatpaste.

Lyfer

Antonio

Peams, with a bit of contribution from Scribe.

Blek

Blek

Kruz

It’s Alive

Miss Conduct

Stencil by Dookie3.

Wheatpastes by Futur Lasor Now (top) and Swarm (bottom).

Collaboration between Stela and Zu.

Another collaboration between Stela and Zu.

Wheatpaste by an unidentified artist.

Door featuring small paste-ups by Tava (top) and Swarm (bottom).

G.Knight poster.

G.Knight wheatpaste.

Starkey wood-up.

Possibly a href=”https://www.facebook.com/loks.can.graff” target=”_new”>Loks.

Unidentified artist on the left, El Moot Moot on the right, with tags by Feros and Thief!, at the Duluth end of the alley.

El Moot Moot again, this time at the Bagg end of this segment of the alley. Also visible are a sticker and part of a wheatpaste by ROC514.

El Moot Moot

Unidentified artist.

ROC514 (top) and Flavor (bottom) wheatpastes.

ROC514 representing the KLC crew at the time.

Sloast

Akym (left) and Lapin (right).

Lapin

Lapin

Wheatpaste by Ether.

Paste-up by an unidentified artist.

Poster by an unidentified artist.

Poster by an unidentified artist.

Stencil by an unidentified artist

Canvas by Flavor tied to a post.


Bagg to St-Cuthbert

This segment features mostly great graffiti as well as big figurative pieces.

Ce segment est caractérisé par un grand nombre de graffitis de qualité et quelques grandes pièces figuratives.

View of the Bagg end of the alley in early 2014. Main artists seen here are Her (woman) and Axe (raccoon).

At the end of 2014, Her, Seker, Sirvis and others.

Further into the alley, Emske at the forefront, then Tracy, Jaber, etc.

Piece by Jaber at the forefront.

Naimo

Hitem‘s companion piece to the Naimo one above.

Meor

Usem

Jaws

Narc

Kzam

Jaws in the same spot as his other piece above, but about a week later.

Narc in the same spot as his other piece above, but about a week later.

Kzam in the same spot as his other piece above, but about a week later.