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Scan You Rock tribute wall

For about a week during the month of September 2018, nearly 100 writers and artists converged onto Cabot street in the South West of Montreal for the creation of a huge mural celebrating the graffiti writer and artist Scaner who had passed away a year earlier following a 8-year battle with cancer.

The 675 m2 (7250 sq. foot) mural is the creation of Scaner’s KG crewmates Zek (who wrote the letter outlines) and Stare, and features characters by Harry Bones and Axe Lalime. It was done on one of the two walls which had served as the canvas for the Scan You Rock mega-production 16 months earlier, a huge tribute to Scaner put together by his friends when they found out that he only had a short time left to live. Scaner’s own piece in the latter production was salvaged and has been integrated into the new mural which was designed around it. Barcelona artist and 4S crewmate Harry Bones created a Scaner-inspired character looming over the piece, and nearly a hundred of Scaner’s fellow writers and artists from Montreal and around the world filled the letters of his name with their own name pieces. Scan’s DA crewmate Axe Lalime created the end character, a clock reminding us that Time Is Gold.

The creation of the mural was organised by Scaner’s wife Karine ‘Kay’ Rogers and his friend Philémon (through the non-profit organization Mr CanDo) and made possible through the generous contribution of donors who thus helped pay for the rental of aerial work platforms, scaffoldings and safety equipment as well as the purchase of paint and the transportation of artists.

A tribute of this scale was unheard of in the world of graffiti and urban art before this. It is a testament to the love and respect that Scaner commanded from his peers, in Montreal and elsewhere in the world. The new mural is seen everyday by thousands of commuters on the Turcot Interchange, and photos and videos of it and its making have made it around the world through social media, cementing Scan’s place in local and international art and graffiti history.

The gallery below features photos of the complete wall as well as close-ups on various sections, including credits for all the artists involved. A few names are missing, any input is welcome.

Pendant 7 jours en septembre 2018, une centaine de graffeurs et autres artistes se sont rendus sur la rue Cabot dans le sud-ouest de Montréal pour la création d’une immense murale en hommage au graffeur et artiste montréalais Scaner, pour le premier anniversaire de son décès suite à une bataille de 8 ans contre le cancer.

La murale de 675 m2 (7250 pieds carrés) est une création de ses amis graffeurs Zek (qui a dessiné les lettres) et Stare, et inclut des personnages par Harry Bones et Axe Lalime. Elle a été créée sur un des deux murs qui, 16 mois plus tôt, avaient servi de canevas pour la mega-production Scan You Rock, un immense hommage à Scaner organisé par ses amis lorsque la communauté a appris qu’il ne lui restait plus que quelques temps à vivre. La contribution de Scaner dans cette production a été préservée et intégrée dans la nouvelle murale. L’artiste barcelonais et crewmate en 4S Harry Bones a créé un immense personnage inspiré par Scaner et une centaine de graffeurs et autres artistes de Montréal et d’ailleurs ont rempli les lettres de son nom avec leur propre pièce. Axe Lalime, qui faisait aussi partie du crew DA avec Scan, a créé le personnage au bout du mur, un réveil nous rappelant que le temps est précieux (Time Is Gold).

La création de la murale a été organisée par la conjointe de Scaner, Karine ‘Kay’ Rogers, et le bon ami de Scan Philémon (via l’OBNL Mr CanDo) et rendue possible grâce à la généreuse contribution de donateurs qui ont ainsi aidé à payer pour la location de plate-formes mobiles, des échafaudages et des équipements de sécurité ainsi que pour l’achat de la peinture et le transports d’artistes.

Il n’y a jamais eu d’hommage de cette ordre avant celui-ci dans le monde du graffiti et de l’art urbain en général. Ceci témoigne de l’amour et du respect que Scaner a inspiré chez ses pairs, qu’ils soient à Montréal ou à l’étranger. La nouvelle murale est vue chaque jours par les milliers de gens qui utilisent l’échangeur Turcot, et des photos et des vidéos de celle-ci et de sa création ont fait le tour du monde via les médias sociaux. Ainsi Scaner prend tranquillement la place qu’il mérite dans l’histoire artistique de notre ville et du milieu du graffiti.

La galerie ci-dessous présente des photos du mur complet ainsi que quelques gros plans sur ses sections, incluant des crédits pour tous les artistes qui y ont contribué. Quelques nom y manquent, vous êtes invités à combler ces lacunes en m’écrivant.


The complete wall. Scroll down for close-ups on the wall’s different sections. Click to view image in bigger size.

Close-up on Harry Bones‘ contribution around Scaner‘s own piece salvaged from the Scan You Rock production from April 2017 (a few months before he passed away). Harry Bones was Scan’s crewmate in the 4S crew.

Close-up on the S. Artists in the fill are:
row 1: Hoacs, Eskae
row 2: Risk, Sober, unidentified
row 3: Sear, Musa, Kemr
row 4: Skor, Roachi, Trace, Zema
row 5: unidentified, Morz, Kay (Scan’s wife), Vect, Jarus (partial)
row 6: Jat?, Narc, Sewk, Shok, unidentified

Close-up on the C. Artists in the fill are:
row 1: unidentified
row 2: Hyke, someone writing Jays
row 3: Smak, Fonki
row 4: Zema, Koal, Sewer
row 5: Jarus, Dige?, Nixon
row 6: Her?, Kers

Close-up on the A. Artists in the fill are:
row 1: someone writing Dock, Dré aka Earth Crusher
row 2: Arek, RCH
row 3: Senck, Block, Atwz
row 4: Sower, Tchug, Astro, Pask
row 5: Serak, Fomer, Zek (starts inside door recess), Dodo Osé, Nesar (partial)
row 6: Kwun, Mersh, Maysr (inside door recess), Fuser, Probe?

Close-up on the N. Artists in the fill are:
row 1: Pito, Tens, Axe Lalime, Pic Paquette, 123Klan, Jaber
row 2: unidentified, Some, Ewol?, Killa EF, unidentified, Fluke, Stare, Ware
row 3: Jaker, Kevin Ledo, unidentified, Tuna, Five Eight, Cemz, F.One
row 4: Legal, Acek?, Peace, unidentified, unidentified, Hsix
row 5: Sage, Guko, unidentified, Casp
row 6: Kemt, Rysk, Loes, Fleo, Maysr?

Close-up on the end section showing a clock character by Scan’s DA crewmate Axe Lalime. Artists in the fill are:
row 2: Ware, Soma
row 3: F.One (partial), Oper, Aper
row 4: Hsix, Otak
row 5: Snipes

Transco – the big rooms

The big rooms, which presumably served as warehouse space at ground level of the Transco, were each painted in a different colour and are featured separately below.

See also:

Les grandes pièces, qui ont probablement servi d’espace d’entreposage au rez-de-chaussée de la Transco, étaient peintes chacune d’une couleur différente et sont présentées séparément dans la galerie-photo ci-dessous.

Voir aussi:


the orange room / pièce orange

General view of the orange room.

Mask

Beaf

Snok

Throws by Snok and Jaker.

Snok

Tuna

Skor

Skor throw.

Janek

Shrek; photo © Bombing Science. This was probably the first piece to get done over, by War (scroll down a bit).

Debza

Fomer

Buck

Meor

Noper

Lyfer

Algue

Ekes

Ms Teri

EK Sept

EK Sept

Serum

Arek

Arek

Eskro

Rizek

Blek

War

Another one by War.

Sapo

Sapo for SBC.

Kelen

Kube

Astro

unidentified artist


the yellow room / pièce jaune

General view of the yellow room.

A giant silver one by Skor.

Skor

Throws by Tuna (left) and Skor (right).

Tuna

Tuna

Tuna

Yep, Tuna again!

Tuna, in copper.

Shok

Shok again, different style.

Narc

Narc

A giant one by Kemt.

YesB

Serum

Serum

Meor

Arek

Neak

Rest

Home

Beo

Amigo

Vest


the green room / pièce verte

The green room lacked windows and was therefore in the near complete darkness until the demolition team made holes in the ceiling to let light in when they arrived in February 2016. Before they did, graffers and other visitors would have to cross the room in the dark when passing from the blue to the yellow rooms. The only pieces visible on this room’s walls at the time (if they had a flashlight) were the Nock and Pacer ones shown in the gallery below. The rest of the material in this room was done after light was let in, with the exception of a few pieces done in a small adjoining room which had windows and was therefore always brightly lit.

La pièce verte n’avait pas de fenêtre et se trouvait conséquemment dans la quasi-obscurité jusqu’à l’arrivée en février 2016 des équipes de démolition qui ont créé des ouvertures dans le toit pour y laisser entrer la lumière. Avant leur arrivée, les graffeurs et autres visiteurs passant de la pièce bleue à la pièce jaune devaient traverser cette pièce verte dans l’obscurité presque totale. Les seules oeuvres visibles (s’ils avaient une lampe de poche) étaient celles de Nock et Pacer présentées dans la galerie ci-dessous. Les autres oeuvres ont été créées après l’ouverture du toit, à l’exception de quelques unes se trouvant dans une petite pièce attenante avec fenêtres, donc toujours très éclairée.

General view of the green room.

One of the very first pieces done inside the Transco, by Nock.

Another early piece, this one by Pacer.

Skor, done after the demolition of the building had started.

Narc, done after the demolition of the building had started.

Shok, done after the demolition of the building had started.

Narc inside the adjoining room.

Shok inside the adjoining room.

Tuna inside the adjoining room.

Debza inside the adjoining room.

Sapo inside the adjoining room.

Over inside the adjoining room.

Ratek

Kaner

Censure

Inuit

Noce

Venon

Bono

A very early outline by Nock.

Yema

unidentified artist


the purple room / pièce mauve

The purple room is more or less a large corridor connecting the blue and green rooms, plus a few locker spaces.

La pièce mauve n’est plus ou moins qu’un corridor large connectant les pièces bleue et verte, ainsi que quelques vestiaires.

Arek, done after the demolition of the building had started.

Shok, done after the demolition of the building had started.

Shok

Silver throw by Skor.

Snok in the locker room.

Blek (left) and Beo (right).

Censure

Spate

Jet


the blue room / pièce bleue

General view of a portion of the blue room.

Jaker

Blek

Jmoe

Shok

Tuna doing the name of his crew, SIK.

Throws by Tuna (bottom and top left) and Skor (top right).

Arek

Guest

Kemt

Crane

Korb

Soak

Rizek (top), Wemek (bottom), with a bit of Korb on the right (see above for full piece).

Throws by Rizek (in green) and Snok (outline).

Throw by Snok.

Another quick one by Snok.

Throw by Mask.

Throw by Beaf.

Phantom Cat (by Jmoe).

War

Vest


the white room / pièce blanche

Snok

Narc

Tuna

Skor

Throws by Tuna (left) and Skor (right)

Astro

Koal

Lyfer

Algue

Nybar

Ekes

Ekes

Kemt

Borrris

Oster

New graffiti December 2015

This post features photos of graffiti pieces created around Montreal during December 2015. Of course, even though this post is huge, it is just a fraction of what was produced in this city during that time – 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 produites à Montréal au cours de décembre 2015 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.


Pito from a Christmas Eve session with the 4 below.

Stare from a Christmas Eve session with the one above and the 3 below.

Naimo from a Christmas Eve session with the 2 above and the 2 below.

Pask from a Christmas Eve session with the 3 above and the one below.

Nybar from a Christmas Eve session with the 4 above.

Haks at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Naimo at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Naimo at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Ekes at the PSC legal graffiti wall, a companion piece to the Naimo one above.

Ekes in the abandoned Transco.

Lyfer in the abandoned Transco.

Algue in the abandoned Transco.

Ms Teri in the abandoned Transco.

Ms Teri in the abandoned Transco.

Skor at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Skor at the PSC legal graffiti wall; photo © Skor.

Skor in Ville St-Laurent.

Skor at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Shok in the abandoned Transco.

Shok and Tuna in the abandoned Transco.

Tuna representing the SIK crew at the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Debza in Rosemont.

More Debza in Rosemont.

Debza in the abandoned Transco. I was honoured to discover that this one included a dedication to me.

Debza on the roof of the abandoned Transco. It was created before the snow but photographed after.

Bosny in the abandoned Transco.

Pask, found next to the Bosny one above in the abandoned Transco.

A quickie by Pask again in the abandoned Transco.

Apashe in Rosemont.

Rouks in Rosemont, a companion piece to the Wonez one below.

Wonez in Rosemont, a companion piece to the Rouks one above.

Wonez (below) and Kube (middle) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Kwun at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Naimo in the 203 crew ballroom inside the abandoned Transco.

Ekes in the 203 crew ballroom inside the abandoned Transco.

Lyfer in the 203 crew ballroom inside the abandoned Transco.

Korb in the abandoned Transco.

Eskro in the abandoned Transco.

Eskro in the abandoned Transco.

Eskro

Eskro at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Eskro in the abandoned Transco.

Rouks (left) and Eskro (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Rouks (left) and Crane (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Zek on the roof of the abandoned Transco.

Zek again on the roof of the abandoned Transco, but only an outline and one of many tags left around.

Zek again, same rooftop, with a bubble flop.

Swarm in the abandoned Transco.

A throwie by Swarm on the roof of the abandoned Transco.

Fiuser (left) and Swarm (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Outlines by Swarm (left) and Fiuser (right), on the roof of the abandoned Transco.

Fiuser throwie on the roof of the abandoned Transco.

Simo on the roof of the abandoned Transco.

One more by Simo from the abandoned Transco.

Aces inside the abandoned Transco.

Aces

Serum

Serum

Serum inside the abandoned Transco.

Serum at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

EK Sept in the abandoned Transco.

EK Sept in the abandoned Transco.

EK Sept

Snok at the abandoned Transco.

Janek in Rosemont, a companion piece to the Ekes one below.

Ekes in Rosemont, a companion piece to the Janek one above.

Ekes, found next to the Algue one below inside the abandoned Transco.

Algue, found next to the Ekes one above inside the abandoned Transco.

Algue and Gsup representing the 203 Crew inside the abandoned Transco.

An Algue outline for the 203 crew inside the abandoned Transco.

Secret, found at the PSC legal graffiti wall next to the two pieces below.

Vogue at the PSC legal graffiti wall, between the Secret piece above and the Ason one below.

Ason at the PSC legal graffiti wall next to the Secret and Vogue ones seen above.

Crane inside the abandoned Transco.

Crane inside the abandoned Transco.

Crane (left) and Rouks (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Crane at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Claude at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Claude at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Wesh (letters) and Le Renard Fou (creatures) inside the abandoned Transco.

Rizek inside the abandoned Transco.

Aliss from FT inside the abandoned Transco.

1BL3 / Drips from FT inside the abandoned Transco.

Drips from FT inside the abandoned Transco.

Fomer inside the abandoned Transco.

Buck inside the abandoned Transco.

Sapo inside the abandoned Transco.

Kemt inside the abandoned Transco.

Nasp

Gnius

Blek inside the abandoned Transco.

Blek in Rosemont.

Hitem in Rosemont.

Kweef in Rosemont.

Kelen in Rosemont.

Skank at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Home inside the abandoned Transco.

Someone from SBCrew inside the abandoned Transco.

Neak inside the abandoned Transco.

Neak and Bwet inside the abandoned Transco.

War inside the abandoned Transco.

Beo, War and Arcel inside the abandoned Transco.

Crops in Mile End.

Forte in Mile End.

Wase in Mile End.

Hero

Hers inside the abandoned Transco.

Staple at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Aner at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Unidentified writer inside the abandoned Transco.

Soak inside the abandoned Transco.

Pute and Alber in Rosemont.

Mice and Zem at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Rooftop throwie by KC Neuf at the abandoned Transco.

Face(?) in Rosemont.

New graffiti October 2015

This post features photos of graffiti pieces created around Montreal during the first half of October 2015. Of course, this is just a fraction of what was produced in this city during that time – 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 qui ont été produites au cours de la première moitié d’octobre 2015 à Montréal et que j’ai eu la chance de trouver. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


Silver Beach @ JDM

On the first weekend of the month 18 artists answered Skor‘s invitation and covered the whole length of the JDM wall (actually all of it with the exception of the very first ‘Peace’ at the very left) with 16 pieces in silver as well as a few characters. My photos of the works created during this unofficial event have already been published in this Bombing Science article alongside those of others. Here they are again, in the same order as they appear on the wall.

Au cours du premier weekend du mois, 18 artistes ont répondu à l’appel de Skor et ont recouvert tout le mur JDM (en fait tout le mur sauf le premier ‘Peace’ à gauche) avec 16 pièces de couleur argent ainsi que quelques personnages. Mes photos des pièces créées au cours de cet événement non-officiel ont déjà été publiées dans cet article pour Bombing Science aux cotés de celles d’autres photographes. Les revoici, dans le même ordre dans lequel les pièces apparaissent sur le mur en question.

Axe

Fomer

Ewol

Scaner

Akira

Earth Crusher

Kemt

Pito

Sewer

F.One

Shok

Killa EF

Skor

Tuna

Narc

Legal

Jaker


Jam de Rouen

The October 2015 graffiti jam at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen was also held on the first weekend of the month. Here’s what I managed to photograph before it got covered with something new or vandalised.

L’édition d’octobre 2015 du Jam de Rouen au mur legal du tunnel de Rouen a aussi eu lieu au cours de la première fin de semaine du mois. Voici ce que j’ai eu la chance de photographier. Le reste était déjà recouvert de nouveau matériel ou vandalisé lors de ma visite le lendemain de l’événement.

Rouks (left) and Crane (right). Also visible at the top is an older creature by Waxhead, a tag by Rokos and a throwie by Cruz.

Naimo

Ekes

Algue

Lyfer (left) and Opire (right).

Haks and his wife Angr with her first piece.

Saner (left) and Chef (right). Also visible above them is an older piece by Aces.

Dekon196

Hopser

Focus. Also visible above that is an older throwie by Penar and at the very top an old wheatpaste by Lovebot.

Joze One


Sun Youth wall

the AG Crew‘s Snipe

the AG Crew‘s Senk

Kemr

123Klan‘s Scien

123Klan‘s Klor

Akuma One aka A.One


Next Time crew at the PSC legal graff wall

Wonez

Rouks

Crane

Noper. Also visible top left are five by Starkey.


123Klan & Debza at the PSC legal graff wall

Debza

123Klan‘s Scien

123Klan‘s Klor

123Klan‘s Aiik, the 15-year old son of Scien and Klor with his first piece.


123Klan & SP One in Petite-Patrie

123Klan‘s Scien

123Klan‘s Klor

SP One


JDM Jam

Arose

Crane

Omar aka Royal

Wonez

Janek


other

Scaner in upper Plateau.

Jaber in upper Plateau.

Mersh in upper Plateau.

Fluke at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Acek at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Janek at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Naimo at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Cens at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Rouks above the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Crane above the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Korb at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Meor at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible above that is an older piece by Aces.

Wuna at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible above that is an older throwie by Penar and at the very top an old wheatpaste by Lovebot.

Wisar (left), Mirabolle (centre) and Kub (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Crane (left) and Claude Le Fermier (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Serum at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible above that is an older throwie by Penar and at the very top an old wheatpaste by Lovebot.

Elfu (left) and EK Sept (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Elfu at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Secs at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Secs at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Dekon (left) and Joze One (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Vogue at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Ogen(?) at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Prime in Rosemont. This was done for the shooting of a video for C-Evil.

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

Nixon

Nixon is mostly known and loved for his graffiti which usually includes a lot of figurative elements. He also did a number of murals in Plateau back alleys as well as in a few other places around our city. Check out his Facebook and Tumblr pages for information and photos of his art (including a lot of non-street work on canvas). This abandoned WordPress site also features work produced up to the beginning of 2014.

Nixon est surtout connu et aimé pour ses graffitis qui incluent souvent des éléments figuratifs. Il a aussi produit un certain nombre de murales dans des ruelles du Plateau et ailleurs en ville. Pour plus d’information et des photos de son art sous toutes ses formes (incluant une grande quantité sur canevas), voir ses pages Facebook et Tumblr. Cette page WordPress abandonnée présente aussi son oeuvre produit avant 2014.


murals and mural pieces/ murales et pièces murales

In the alley between St-Denis and Drolet. This mural replaced the one below.

In the alley between St-Denis and Drolet. This mural was replaced by the one above it in this gallery, and it replaced the one below.

In the alley between St-Denis and Drolet. This mural was replaced by the one above it in this gallery.

In a Plateau alley.

Front of café in Rosemont/Petite-Patrie.

In Hochelaga near the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

En Masse‘s contribution to the 2013 edition of Mural Festival features Nixon (bottom, top and far right) alongside Dan Buller (tennis player), Five Eight (central letters), Scaner (top letters), Waxhead (head on the left) and Beeforeo (below Five). Photo © Infant Wisdom.

In Outremont.

In an abandoned Hochelaga lot.

Garage door in a Plateau back alley.

In Pointe St-Charles.

In St-Henri.

On Ste-Catherine, in the Under Pressure Festival zone.

Inside an abandoned building.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”. Also visible above it is a tag by Scaner.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Rosemont.


graffiti

Nixon (top) and Sober (ground level) for the Scan You Rock jam.

Wall of flops from the Time Is Gold production featuring Nixon amongst many others (bottom row, third from the left, in black and yellow).

In Rosemont.

In Centre-Sud.

In Hochelaga, near legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

In alley between St-Laurent and Clark, near Laurier.

In an abandoned Hochelaga lot.

In Rosemont.

In Rosemont.

In Rosemont.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Town of Mount Royal.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Griffintown.

In a Plateau back alley.

In Mile End.

In Hochelaga.

In St-Henri.

In St-Henri.

Koal, Nixon, Meor (hidden) and Pask on back of an abandoned building in Ville-Marie.

In a NDG / Côte des Neiges alley.

In a NDG / Côte des Neiges parking space.

At the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

In Mile End.

In Mile End.

In the fashion district.

In Mile End.

In Rosemont.

On a Rosemont/Petite-Patrie rooftop.

On a Plateau rooftop.

On a Plateau rooftop.

On a Plateau rooftop. Piece to the left of Nixon is by Swaz.

Inside an abandoned building in Dorval.

Inside the Omnipac building (now demolished). Photo © Kris Murray 2010.

Inside the Omnipac building (now demolished). Photo © Kris Murray 2010.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

In a Plateau back alley.

In the fashion district.

In Parc-Ex.

In Parc-Ex.

In Parc-Ex.

In Parc-Ex.

In a Plateau alley.

In Ville-Marie.

Nixon on wheels.

Mobile graffiti.

The opposite side to the above truck also seems to be by Nixon.

Nixon, Robe/Fore on truck side.

Another truck side by Nixon.

It takes two to get the complete picture… back of trucks parked in Mile End.

Back of truck.

View from train tracks in Mile End.

In Rosemont/Petite-Patrie.

In industrial Verdun.

In Rosemont, part of an unofficial ad.

In the Plateau.

In an Ahuntsic alley.

Behind a building in Mile End (bottom).

View from train tracks in Little Italy.

In the industrial South West; photo © Guillaume Couture.