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Retrospective of 2019 graffiti

This image gallery brings together 200 great pieces of Montreal graffiti from 2019. 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 3 pieces per artist. Collaborations by two or more artists under one common theme count as one entry.

See also:
Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art
Retrospective of 2019 pasted street art

Cette galerie-photo présente 200 pièces de graffiti produites en 2019 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 2019 pourraient ne pas y figurer.

Les pièces apparaissent ci-dessous en ordre alphabétique de nom d’artiste/crew. Pour que la liste ne soit pas totalement accaparée par quelques graffeurs populaires, j’ai fixé un maximum de 3 pièces par personne. Les collaborations entre deux ou plusieurs artistes sur un même thème ne comptent que pour une entrée.

Voir aussi:
Retrospective 2019 murales et autre street art peint
Retrospective 2019 street art collé


Above 5: the 123 Klan wall for the 2019 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. Top photo is of the complete wall, followed by close-ups on individual pieces by Scien, Klor, guest Esprit and Aiik. Scroll down for more pieces by Klor, Scien and Esprit under their respective names.

Acek in the South West.

Aces‘ part on the LTG / POM wall for the 2019 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. Also visible in this shot is Hoar‘s part, scroll down to view the latter artist’s entries in this retrospective.

The AG Crew‘s Senck and Snipes in the Plateau. Scroll down for two more pieces by Senck and one by Snipes.

Algue in an abandoned building in the South West.

Algue in an abandoned building in the South West.

Aper‘s contribution to a South West prod which he curated.

Aper‘s contribution to the 2019 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Arek at the Papineau legal wall.

Armpit in an abandoned building in the South West.

Arose‘s truck side from the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Arrow in Rosemont.

Ason in Côte des Neiges.

Ason in the South West.

Astro at the PSC legal graffiti wall. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Astro.

Awe‘s part in a South West prod which he curated.

Awe in an abandoned building in the South West.

Awe in the K6A Paradise abandoned building. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Awe.

Axe Lalime in an abandoned building in the South West.

Axe Lalime in Rosemont.

Axe Lalime‘s giant contribution to the K6A Paradise abandoned building. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Axe.

Beast in an abandoned building.

Beast in an abandoned building.

Bopor in Rosemont.

Bopor in Rosemont.

Bopor in Rosemont.

Bosny at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Bosny in a Rosemont alley. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art (under ‘Gentil crew’) for more by Bosny.

Cemz in Eastern Montreal.

Cemz in Mile End.

Cemz in Côte des Neiges. Cemz also made it into the Retrospective of 2019 pasted street art, under his alias Benny Wilding.

Charest on a TTX.

Crane in an abandoned building in the South West.

Crane at the Lachine legal wall for the 2019 Lachine graffiti jam. Scroll down to the Crazy Apes’ Under Pressure wall (next) which features Crane.

The Crazy Apes wall for the 2019 edition of Under Pressure featuring Crane, Korb, Havok, Fezat, Akuma and Mistx. Crane and Korb also have solo pieces in this list, scroll up and down to view.

Deep in an abandoned building in the South West.

Dfek in Hochelaga.

Dfek in Rosemont.

Dhos at the Lachine legal graffiti wall.

Dodo Osé‘s giant contribution to the K6A Paradise abandoned building. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Dodo.

Ashop‘s wall featuring Dodo Osé (ground left), Fuser (ground right), Histo (top left) and Riken aka Lorem Ipsum (top right). Scroll down for solo pieces by Fuser and Lorem Ipsum that have also made it into this retrospective.

EK Sept‘s contribution to the 2019 edition of Canettes de Ruelle, which he also helped organize this year.

EK Sept on a Montreal North rooftop.

EK Sept cellograff in Parc Lafontaine.

Ekes‘ part on the 203 Crew wall for the 2019 edition of Canettes de Ruelle.

Ekes in an abandoned building in the South West.

Ekes in an abandoned warehouse in Hochelaga. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art (under ‘203 crew’) for more by Ekes.

Ekler at the Lachine legal wall for the 2019 Lachine graffiti jam.

Ekler at the Papineau legal wall.

Eskro in an abandoned building in the South West.

Eskro in an abandoned building in the fashion district.

Eskro downtown. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Eskro.

Esprit in Côte des Neiges.

Esprit at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel. Scroll up to the top of this page for one more piece by Esprit in a big production alongside the 123 Klan.

Ewol in Rosemont. Scroll down to the HSP crew’s entry further down this list for more by Ewol.

F.One under a bridge.

Rooftop piece in Plateau End featuring Five Eight on letters (writing SOMA) and Earth Crusher on character. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Earth Crusher.

Five Eight in Rosemont.

Fleo‘s giant contribution to the K6A Paradise abandoned building (tag on the chair is by Serak).

Flower in Hochelaga.

Fokus on letters and Deps on characters, at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Deps. Fokus is also found in the latter list, under ‘Jest’.

Fokus in an abandoned building in the South West.

Above 2: Fokus (above) and Grils (below) commenting on the fact that Montreal has become a huge construction site. Scroll down for more by Grils, in solo.

Fuser at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel. Scroll up to Dodo Osé above for more work by Fuser in this retrospective. Fuser also made it into the Retrospective of 2019 pasted street art.

Gaulois in Rosemont.

Gaulois at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Getsa in an abandoned tunnel.

Above 3: complete view and 2 close-ups of Grils‘ contribution to the 2019 edition of Canettes de Ruelle.

Grils cellograff done off Mural Festival. Scroll up to Fokus above for more by Grils. Grils also made it into the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art.

A truck side by Haks.

Haks at the PSC legal graffiti wall. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Haks.

Hary in a Rosemont alley.

Hest and Wuna‘s joint contribution to the big production on pillars of the Van Horne|Rosemont overpass. Scroll down for more great work by Wuna in this retrospective.

Hest in Hochelaga.

Hest in a Plateau alley. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Hest.

Hoar on a Montreal North rooftop.

Hoar on a Montreal North rooftop.

Hoar in the Plateau.

The HSP Crew’s Sewer and Ewol contribution to the big production on pillars of the Van Horne|Rosemont overpass. Ewol also has a solo piece in this retrospective, scroll up to view.

Hush(?) at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel.

Jaker on letters and Jmoe on characters, in the South West.

Jaker in Rosemont.

An extra-wide one by Jaker in Rosemont. Jaker also made it into the Retrospective of 2019 pasted street art.

Janek at the Lachine legal wall for the 2019 Lachine graffiti jam.

Janek‘s truck side from the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Joh on letters and Gab Lavoie on character, at the Papineau legal wall.

Johnny Crap at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel.

Kare‘s truck side from the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Kbron at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Los Keos in a Hochelaga alley.

Killa EF in Rosemont.

Killa EF at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Killa EF‘s back of truck from the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

Klor on letters and Jo Ber on character, from a prod in the South West. Scroll up to the 123 Klan at the top of this retrospective for more by Klor. Jo Ber also has pieces into the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art.

Knowr in Rosemont.

Kor‘s contribution to the Batiment 7 production.

Kor on a Montreal North rooftop.

Korb in an abandoned building in the South West. Korb also contributed to the Crazy Apes’ Under Pressure wall this year, scroll up to view.

Korb inside the K6A Paradise abandoned building. He has also made it into the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art with a figurative piece from this same spot.

Kwun (top) and Legal (ground level) on the tribute wall to Scaner from the 2019 edition of Mural Festival. Scroll down for more by Legal.

Lamo in Petite-Patrie.

Legal in a South West prod.

Legal in an abandoned tunnel. One more piece by Legal in this retrospective is found by scrolling up to Kwun’s name.

Liza in Mile End.

Lorem Ipsum at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel. Scroll up to Dodo Osé above for more work by Lorem Ipsum in this retrospective.

Louis Letters calligraffiti in Hochelaga. Check out both the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art and the Retrospective of 2019 pasted street art for more by this artist.

Lyfer in an abandoned building in the South West.

Lyfer in an abandoned building in the South West.

Lyfer in an abandoned tunnel. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art (under ‘203 crew’) for more by Lyfer.

Maker at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel.

Maple in Rosemont.

Masok at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel.

Medor at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Medor in Rosemont. Scroll down to Zenow for one more piece by Medor.

A trackside piece by Meow.

Micer at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Mise 2 at the Lachine legal wall.

Monk.e‘s giant contribution to the K6A Paradise abandoned building. Notice the stretched effect using the lateral sliding door.

Monk.e‘s part in a South West prod.

Monk.e in the Plateau. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Monk.e.

Myrage in an abandoned building in the South West.

Naimo in an abandoned building in the South West.

Naimo in an abandoned building in the South West.

Naimo in an abandoned building in the South West.

Narc in Ahuntsic.

Narc at the Lachine legal wall for the 2019 Lachine graffiti jam.

Narc in Ahuntsic.

3D madness by Nemo at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Nor in an abandoned building in Rosemont.

Brazilian artist Odrus spent some time in Montreal this summer and did this piece in a Plateau alley.

Omouk in an abandoned tunnel.

Peace on an abandoned warehouse in Hochelaga.

Peack in Mile End.

Peru143 at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Peyo at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel.

Pito and Guko‘s contribution to the big production on pillars of the Van Horne|Rosemont overpass.

Pito‘s contribution to the Batiment 7 production.

Quote in an abandoned tunnel.

Raes in Rosemont.

Raes in Rosemont.

Ratek at the Lachine legal wall for the 2019 Lachine graffiti jam.

RCH One in Rosemont.

Regar at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel.

Rekal and Chizo name exchange inside the K6A Paradise abandoned building. Rekal does Chizo’s name on the left and Chizo does Rekal’s on the right.

Resok in an abandoned building in the fashion district.

Resok in Rosemont.

Resok in Rosemont. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art (under ‘Eskro’) for more by Resok.

Rider in a central graffiti alley.

Ridler paid us a visit this year, this was done in Rosemont.

Rizek in an abandoned building in the South West.

Rizek‘s part on the POM wall for the 2019 edition of Canettes de Ruelle.

Royal‘s giant contribution to the K6A Paradise abandoned building.

Royal at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Sadar in Rosemont.

Sank in Rosemont.

Sank at the Lachine legal wall for the 2019 Lachine graffiti jam. Scroll down to Zenow for one more piece by Sank.

SBU One at the Lachine legal wall for the 2019 Lachine graffiti jam. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by SBU One.

Sceak at the Papineau legal wall.

The 123 Klan’ Scien at the PSC legal graffiti wall. Scroll up to the 123 Klan at the top of this retrospective for more by Scien.

Scribe in an abandoned building in Rosemont. He did many other pieces on similar themes in the building, each one a different colour.

Scribe in an abandoned tunnel.

Scribe in Rosemont. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art for more by Scribe.

The AG Crew’s Senck in Mile End. Scroll up near the top of this page to the AG Crew for more by Senck.

Sepan in Rosemont.

Serak‘s giant contribution to the K6A Paradise abandoned building.

Serak from a big prod in St-Henri.

Serak from a different big prod in the South West.

Serum‘s part on the POM wall for the 2019 edition of Canettes de Ruelle.

Serum‘ part on the LTG / POM wall for the 2019 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Shok in the Plateau.

Shok on the tribute wall to Scaner from the 2019 edition of Mural Festival.

Shok in Ahuntsic.

Simo in Rosemont.

Smak in Côte des Neiges.

Snipes in Eastern Montreal.

Snok (top) and Bumpr (ground)’s connected pieces at the Lachine legal wall for the 2019 Lachine graffiti jam.

Snok in Lachine.

Snok‘s truck side from the 2019 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop.

One of Sober‘s contributions to the K6A Paradise abandoned building.

Sobez from a prod in St-Henri.

Above 3: full shot and two close-ups on a huge graffiti mural diptych by Stare in Hochelaga. There are nice bonuses with this impressive creation, click on the latter link to Stare’s spotlight to view more close-ups.

Stare‘s huge graffiti mural in the Plateau.

Stare in Rosemont.

Tans on letters and Nero on the lil dude, in Plateau End.

Tchug in Rosemont. Check out the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art (under ‘Scribe’) for more by Tchug.

Temps under a bridge.

Tens in an abandoned building in the South West.

Tuna on letters, with Skor on character, in Ahuntsic.

Tuna in Ahuntsic.

Tuna in Villeray.

Venice in the South West.

Ware in Rosemont.

Wesh / le Renard Fou in Rosemont. Le Renard Fou also made it into the Retrospective of 2019 pasted street art.

Wuna‘s contribution to the 2019 edition of Canettes de Ruelle.

Wuna contribution to the 2019 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. Scroll up to Hest further up this list for more by Wuna.

Yema in an abandoned building in the South West.

Zek in Rosemont.

Zek on the tribute wall to Scaner from the 2019 edition of Mural Festival. Check out both the Retrospective of 2019 murals and other painted street art and the Retrospective of 2019 pasted street art for more by Zek.

Zenow (ground left), Sank (top) and Medor (ground right) for the 2019 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. Scroll up for solo pieces by Sank and Medor.

Zero aka Loyal at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Time Is Gold

Time Is Gold is the name of the last production supervised by Scaner before he passed away in early September 2017. Most of his closest buddies in crews KG, DA and Four S as well as a few other friends from the Montreal graffiti scene were invited by him to contribute. The production was halfway completed at the time of Scaner’s death, so it then turned into a tribute to the writer the Montreal graff community calls their king. A candle memorial at the base of his unfinished piece was actually where his friends would congregate for a few weeks following the day Scaner passed.

The production is found on the back and side walls as well as around the playground of a private high school in central/eastern Montreal. The premises are therefore only partially accessible and should be respected.

Time Is Gold est le nom de la dernière production dirigée par Scaner avant son décès au début de septembre 2017. La plupart des ses frères dans les crews KG, DA et Four S ainsi que quelques très bons amis de la scène montréalaise du graff ont répondu à son invitation de contribuer à la production. Puisque que celle-ci n’était qu’à demi complétée au moment du décès de Scaner, elle est par la suite devenue un hommage à l’artiste que la communauté montréalaise du graff nomme maintenant son “king”. D’ailleurs un mémorial à la chandelle à la base de sa dernière pièce demeurée inachevée était l’endroit où ses amis sont venus se recueillir et lui rendre hommage pendant quelques semaines suite à son départ.

La production se trouve sur les murs arrière et latéral ainsi qu’autour du terrain de jeu d’une école privée du centre-est de Montréal. Celle-ci n’est conséquemment que partiellement accessible et le coté privé de l’endroit devrait être respecté.

The production’s main wall. Scaner did the outlines of his letters before he passed away. The fill and background of that area were completed by his brothers in KG, Stare and Zek. On the left is Scaner’s crewmate in the Four S’s, Harry Bones.

Top left on the adjacent wall is Cemz.

Serak

Beneath Cemz and Serak is Dodo Osé‘s part.

Sewk (above) and Stare (below).

Ware on letters and mural. More by Ware below.

Axe (top letters and figurative) and Jaber (ground letters). Both have supplied more, scroll down.

Smak

Zek

One more bit by Axe, this is King the squirrel.

Wall of flops featuring Zek, Stare, Deep, Pito, Her, F.One, Jaber, Axe, Some, Shok, Tuna, Oper, Getsa, Zion, Dolar, Casp, Smak, Morz, Peace, Expos, Nixon and many others (feel free to let me know about anyone I have been unable to identify).

Tribute to Jays by Jaker, Peace and Legal (almost completed – finished shot will be put up when the wall is completed).

One more by Jaber, this time his character.

Soten

Trace

Hoacs

Shok

Mersh

123Klan‘s Scien.

Shok

Ware

Sober

Morz

Soma

Pask

Wase

The “Jailspot”

The “Jailspot” is the name given by graffiti writers and urban explorers to two contiguous abandoned buildings on Henri-Bourassa at the level of the now closed Tanguay prison. These buildings were not actually part of the closed prison, they belonged to Transport Québec who once used them as hangars for heavy machinery. They appear to have been used in the recent past as offices and warehouse space. The westernmost of the two is older than the other one which seems to have been built around 2006-2007. For the following years the latter new construction was used for sporadic warehouse sales.

Business must not have been very good, the buildings were left unused as early as 2011-2012 and signs of graffiti action started appearing, first outside, then inside. Within a few years the two buildings were completely taken over by explorers and writers/artists. Everything except the warehouse at the front of the easternmost building quickly deteriorated, through the combined actions of vandals and rain/snow through broken doors and windows as well as collapsed roofs. The two buildings were finally gradually demolished over the spring and summer of 2016.

If you have any additional information about this spot, feel free to write in and contribute to this article.

The gallery below is divided by rooms and other areas where artists left their mark. The names of the rooms are not official ones, I just came up with them for comprehensive purposes. A plan of the spot can be seen below, at the top of the gallery.

Le “Jailspot” est le nom donné par les graffeurs et explorateurs urbains à deux édifices voisins sur Henri-Bourassa devant l’ancienne prison Tanguay. Ces deux édifices ne font en fait pas partie de l’ancienne prison, ils appartenaient à Transport Québec et ont déjà servi de hangars pour de la machinerie lourde. Ils semblent avoir ensuite servi de bureaux et d’entrepôts au cours des années précédant leur abandon. Celui situé le plus à l’ouest semble dater d’avant l’autre qui a été construit vers 2006-2007. Au cours des années qui ont suivi sa construction ce dernier a été le lieu de ventes d’entrepôt.

Les affaires n’ont pas dû être très profitables, déjà vers 2011-2012 les édifices n’étaient plus utilisés et les graffeurs ont commencé à arriver sur les lieux, d’abord à l’extérieur, ensuite à l’intérieur. Très rapidement l’endroit a été pris d’assaut par les explorateurs urbains et les graffeurs. Tout sauf les pièces du devant s’est rapidement détérioré, sous l’action de vandales et de la pluie/neige entrant par les portes et fenêtres brisées ainsi que des portions de toits effondrés. Les deux édifices ont finalement été démolis au cours du printemps et de l’été 2016.

Si vous détenez de l’information additionnelle sur cet endroit, vous êtes invités à me contacter et contribuer à cet article.

La gallerie-photo ci-dessous est divisée en pièces et autres zones où les artistes ont oeuvré. Les noms des différentes pièces ne sont pas officiels, ils sont ceux que j’ai utilisés pour mes besoins d’archivage. Le plan ci-dessous montre les positions relatives de ces pièces.


Plan of the various rooms and areas. The codes E1 to E6 and W1 to W5 refer to the room sub-sections below. Click to expand.


Eastern building

Street view from Henri-Bourassa, 2015. Visible in the front are abandoned limousines!

Different angle; visible at the back is the dome of the old Tanguay prison which gave this spot its name amongst writers and urban explorers.


E1 – the galleries

General view of the galleries on the right, and the central rooms on the left.

Kems/Kemr

Skor

Skor

Skor

Skor

Kemt

Tuna

Shok

Shok

Shok

Shok

Shok from a Four Lokos prod.

Skor from a Four Lokos prod.

Narc from a Four Lokos prod.

Tuna from a Four Lokos prod.

Tuna (ground level), Koni (above left) and Saner (above right).

Tuna

Tuna

Tuna representing the SIK crew.

Ekler (left) and Tuna (right). Visible above are throws by Hems (left) and Shake (right).

Narc

Korb

Lith

Geser

Aper

Sunz

Naimo (writing “Ghost”).

Lyfer

Getsa

Shrek One tribute to Jacques Parizeau.

Ekler (ground level) and Serum (above).

Serum

EK Sept (left) and Hope (right). Visible above is a tag by Daym.

EK Sept. Scroll up for shots of the Sunz and Hope pieces seen beneath.

Fokus

Pito

Oskar

Nixon

Dope

Arek

Dekor (letters) and Hesan (creature).

Hesan

Two forms of Dekor on sides of the window. Tags above are by Sunz (in black) and Nybar (in blue).

Dekor (left) and Rizek (right).

Talk


E2 – the car showroom

General view of the car showroom. Scroll down for close-ups of the Geser car and the Merp and Raker pieces seen at the back.

Geser

Algue representing 203.

Pro

Someone representing the VC crew.

Lyfer

Block

Faboo representing Ten Yen.

Aces

Aner

Raker (ground level) and Merp (above).

Same spot, earlier shot: Verse (ground level) and Merp (above).


E3 – the central room

General view of the central room, with the back side of the car showroom on the left.

Skor

Skor

Aces

Bewet

Neak


E4 – the warehouse

General view of the warehouse (sorry for the blurry shot, it’s the only one I have). Scroll down for a close-up of the few visible pieces in this shot.

Shok

Narc

Skam

Dekor

Dekor

Dekor

Dekor (ground level), with Neak and Bwet above.

Singe. Tags on the right include those of Dekor, Bewet, etc.

Ekler, plus a yellow tag by Bewet.

Rizek

Bewet

Oskar

Meth

Gypsr, perhaps with someone else.

Gypsr


E5 – the offices

Ekler

Ekler

Veto

Ekler throw.

Rizek


E6 – the end room

Bask and Part. Two red tags by Shok above.

Big throw from Etos, plus red tags by Shok.


Eastern building – outside walls

General view of the end of one of the buildings. Scroll down for close-ups.

Throw from Scaner.

Lyfer

Lyfer (ground level left), Cler (ground level right) and Balis (above).

Lyfer and Babar at ground level, Sneak and Venise above right.

Lyfer

Lyfer

Ekes

Tuna representing the SIK crew (ground level), Balis (top left)

Shok. Tags by Getsa and Gnius above.

Nixon

What’s left of an old Nixon piece.

Bosny

Reebok aka Logre.

Reebok aka Logre.

Gnius

Gnius

Gnius

Raker

Kzam (bottom left), Jaws (bottom right), Ekler (yellow) and anonymous artist (text and prisoner).

Wase (top left), Jaws (top right), Rescue (bottom left)

Getsa

EK Sept. Tags by Mesk (black) and Venise (white) above.

EK Sept

Oper

This reads Fofo but I’m quite sure it’s Fiefo.

Ekler

Kelen (left) and Shake (right)

Clast

Pares (ground level) and Arows (top).

Some (ground level)

Obes

Mastrocola (2 colour swirls), Hitem (yellow throw).

Unidentified artist.

Unidentified artist.

Sceak (character), Bask (top tag).


Eastern building – roof pieces

Lyfer

Lyfer

Ekes

Ekes

Algue

Bosny

Aloke


Western building

Street view from Henri-Bourassa, 2016. Also visible on the right is a corner of the Eastern building.


W1 – the long room

General view of the long room. Scroll down for close-ups of the various pieces visible in this shot.

Shok (ground level) and Crops (above)

Fruit (left), Epos (middle) and Crack (right); red tag by Guest bottom left.

Same spot, later: Dekor (left) and Crack (right).

Crack (left), Ekler (right) and Duke (above).

Ekler on garage door, with partial view on the inner courtyard. Partially visible above are a throw and tag by Blek.

Hitem

Gaist/Guest

Cur?

Daym

Uzem

Scek


W2 – the small room

Aper and Sunz.

Nixon, with a blue tag by Scaner above.

Same spot, later: Deser.

Ensor

Jinx


W3 – the medium room

Apashe

Nixon

Vogue

Gnius, plus tag by Rake above.

Rake

Raes

Raes

Peace

Alber

Ekual (ground level) and Arow (above).

Feez


W4 – the courtyard

General view of the inner courtyard. Scroll down for close-ups of the various pieces.

Stare

Shok

Monk.e

EK Sept (bottom left), Kelen (top left), Zion (top right) and Sunz (bottom right).

Ekler