Tag Archives: Fost

Truck 2 truck MTL – graffiti on wheels

This image gallery features a collection of graffiti (and a few figurative) pieces found on the sides and/or backs of trucks spotted in Montreal. Most of the work shown here was commissioned. I apologize for the quality of some of the images: the trucks are sometimes filthy and in some cases it was difficult to get a good angle between parked vehicles.

La galerie-photo ci-dessous présente des pièces de graffiti (et quelques figuratives) découvertes sur les cotés et derrières de camions à Montréal. La majorité de ces créations ont été commandées. Je dois m’excuser de la piètre qualité de certaines de ces photos. Les camions ne sont pas toujours très propres et il est parfois difficile de trouver un bon angle entre les véhicules stationnés.


Pieces in this gallery are shown in approximate reverse chronological order, so the most recent are at the top.

Les pièces de cette galerie sont présentées en ordre chronologique inverse approximatif, de la plus récente à la plus vieille.

Snok for the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Opposite side of the above by Janek.

Awe for the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Pito for the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Opposite side of the above by Deep.

Back of the above by Killa EF.

Kare for the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Arose on the opposite side of the above

Rouks on the back of the above.

Monk.e for the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Opposite side to the above by Fleo.

Snok

Arose on the opposite side of the above.

Bosny on the back of the above.

Haks

Opposite side of the above by Nemo.

Yekso on the back of the above.

Haks

Opposite side of the above by Colfer.

Keos for the 2018 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Opposite side of the above by Meor.

Snok for the 2018 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Opposite side of the above by Janek.

Awe, with an older background by Fleo and Dodo Osé, for the 2018 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

The opposite side of the above is by Rekal.

Noce for the 2018 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

The opposite side of the above truck is by Sapoe.

MSHL, SBU One and Naimo collaboration during the 2018 edition of Mural.

Opposite side of the above off-Mural collaboration between MSHL, SBU One and Naimo.

Keos

Keos

Keos

Tribute to Scaner by Fleo for the 2017 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

The opposite side of the above is also a tribute to Scaner, this time by Monk.e.

The ack of the above truck is by Earth Crusher.

Tribute to Scaner by Korb for the 2017 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

The reverse of the above is another tribute to Scaner, this one by Narc.

The back door of the above is by Fezat.

Kers.

Back of the above by Her.

Listen

Elfu

EK Sept on the reverse of the above.

Peace representing BTH.

Mos on the opposite side of the above BTH truck.

Mos is also on back of the above.

Pask

Keos on the opposite side of the above.

Stare

Scaner on the opposite side of the above.

Zek on the side. The back is by Zek and Shadow. This was done for the 2016 edition of Hip Hop You don’t Stop.

Shadow on the opposite side to the above.

Lyfer (letters) and Awe (back) for the 2016 edition of the Hip Hop You Don’t Stop festival.

Peace (letters) and Mos (back) for the 2016 edition of the Hip Hop You Don’t Stop festival.

Jaker is on the opposite side of the above.

Monk.e, for the 2016 edition of the Hip Hop You Don’t Stop Festival.

The opposite side to the above shows a collaboration between Tiburón (characters) and Monk.e (around).

Killa EF

This K-way truck was redone by Scaner (sides) and Dodo Osé (back; view below) for the 2016 edition of Mural Festival.

The back end of the above truck was done by Dodo Osé for the 2016 edition of Mural Festival.

The opposite side of the above truck was done by Scaner writing the name of Dodo Osé.

Chris Dyer on truck side for the 2016 edition of Mural Festival. See below for back.

Chris Dyer on back of truck for the 2016 edition of Mural Festival. See above for side.

Grems

Other side of the above truck by Grems.

Axe Lalime

Opposite side is by Saer.

Arose

Shok

Mersh on the opposite side of the above.

Skor on the back of the above truck.

Stare

Scaner on the opposite side of the above.

Stare and Scaner throwies on the back of the above.

A few months later Axe added this piece over the Stare and Scaner throws on the back of the above truck.

Stare for KG on the front of the above truck.

Lyfer and Bosny. This was done during the 2015 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

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

The back of the above truck is by Opire.

The front of the above truck shows a throwie by Zek.

K6A‘s Fleo on letters and Dodo Osé on background. This was done during the 2015 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

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

Ms Teri did the back of the above truck.

Peru143

Back of truck by Fonki. I was unfortunately unable to get good shots of the sides.

Acek

Opposite side of the above by Arose.

Taike

Bonar, Les Hommes De Lettres and Fonki.

Opposite side of the above.

Chris Dyer

Pask

Pask again.

One more by Pask, photo © Guillaume Couture.

Scaner

Opposite side to the above is by Ether.

Axe (letters) and Tchug (figurative).

Jaber (letters) and Tchug (back creature) on the opposite and back sides of the above.

Nixon

Monk.e on the opposite side of the above.

Fleo for K6A on the back end of the above.

Dodo Osé on the side and Bryan Beyung on the back.

The opposite side of the above is by Dré aka Earth Crusher.

Letters by Koal and birds by Astro.

Opposite side to the above, letters by Pask and characters by Astro.

Otek

Ashop‘s van.

Ashop‘s van, back and opposite side.

Saer and perhaps others for K6A.

Opposite side of the above by Arose.

Keos

Another piece by Keos.

Plus

By Peams.

By someone from CSX, opposite side to the above.

Chris Dyer

Chris Dyer, back and opposite side of the above.

Stare. The throw on the front part is by Zek.

Scaner on the opposite side of the above and Bryan Beyung on the back.

Pito (side) and Some (back).

Opposite side of the above by Killa EF.

Nixon

F.One representing the HSP Crew on the opposite side of the above.

Sewer from the HSP crew on the back of the above.

Waxhead

Back side to the above by Sam Kaston (cat and birds). Tag by Aper.

Nixon (top), Robe/Fore (bottom).

Fost.

123Klan

Bates on the opposite side of the above.

Serak representing K6A.

Saer from K6A on the opposite side of the above.

Insa – right side.

Insa – left side.

Nixon

Nixon (to be confirmed) on the opposite side of the above.

Nixon, split over two backs of parked vans.

Another back end by Nixon.

Zek and perhaps others, from 2010.

Someone from KG (Zek again?) on the other side of the above.

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.