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Tributes to Scaner

This post is a photo gallery of tributes to Scaner that have appeared in Montreal and Miami since the writer passed away on 9 September 2017. Most of the creations are by writers doing Scan’s name, but I also found a few street art/figurative pieces celebrating Montreal’s graffiti king.

Artists did not wait for Scaner to be gone before celebrating him. A section at the end of this post features pieces honouring him after the news came out that he was terminally ill.

Related posts:
photo spotlight on Scaner’s work
Scan You Rock
Time Is Gold

Voici une gallerie-photo d’hommages à Scaner trouvés à Montréal et Miami depuis le décès de ce dernier le 9 septembre 2017. La majorité des créations sont par des graffeurs écrivant le nom de Scaner, mais j’ai aussi trouvé quelques pièces de street art et autres pièces figuratives célébrant celui que la communauté Montréalaise du graff appelle son ‘king’.

Certains artistes n’ont pas attendu le départ de Scaner pour le célébrer. Une section au bas de cet article présente des pièces en son honneur créées après que la nouvelle se soit répandue qu’il ne lui restait que peu de temps.

Articles connexes:
gallerie-photo de l’oeuvre de Scaner
Scan You Rock
Time Is Gold


Huge chrome tribute done on an Art Gang wall the weekend of Scaner‘s funeral. According to them, contributors include Kems, Selek, Bacon, Stare, Tens, Snikr, Smak and Some.

This huge Scaner tribute on an abandoned Plateau house was done a day or two after Scaner passed away. Artists asked to remain anonymous.

Tribute to Scaner by Sober, Benny Wilding, Mersh, Tyke and Sage at the 2017 edition of the Lachine graffiti jam.

One more tribute from the 2017 edition of the Lachine graffiti jam, this one by Johste at ground level and Joek above.

Huge tribute produced by Art Gang, desinged by Scaner himself and done by Snipes and Senck.

One more segment of the above Art Gang tribute, this one on the front of the building.

Tribute to Scaner by Stare and Zek, from a long tribute wall in central Montreal also involving Benny Wilding (see next).

Tribute to Scaner by Benny Wilding, from a long tribute wall in central Montreal also involving Zek and Stare (see above).

Tribute by Myrage and Eskro in an abandoned church.

Tribute to Scaner by Casper in Hochelaga. Also visible above is Amonizer.

By Serack in Hochelaga. Presumably also involves Axe.

Kane‘s tribute at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Crazy Apes tribute truck side by Korb done during the 2017 edition of the Hip Hop You Don’t Stop festival. See below for other sides.

The opposite side to the above Crazy Apes tribute truck is by Narc. See below for more.

The back door of the above Crazy Apes tribute truck is by Fezat.

One more Scaner tribute truck from the 2017 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop, this one by K6A artists. This side is by Fleo, scroll down for the other sides.

This is Monk.e‘s side of the above K6A tribute truck to Scaner. See below for more.

The back of the above K6A tribute truck to Scaner was done by Earth Crusher / Dré.

Tribute by Axe in the South West.

Tribute to Scaner by Fonki and Smak (and perhaps others?) under J.Shantz’s wall for the 2018 edition of Mural Festival.

Tribute by Astro at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel. If you look closely you can make out the letters of Scan‘s name amongst the characters.
(Also visible above is an older piece by Kare)

Chrome tribute by Tuna on an abandoned Plateau house.

Tribute to Scaner by Kbron, Micer and Fault.

By Ekon.

Chrome tribute in the Plateau, artist unidentified.

Tribute by Meor in a Plateau alley.

Pest doing Scaner‘s iconic Mr Can Do at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel.

Clever tribute to Scaner by Arek found at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Chrome tribute to Scaner by Ekual at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Tribute by Lect found at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel.

Tribute by an unidentified writer, found at the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

By an unidentified artist.

Tribute by Lost Claws in the form of a wheatpaste beneath one of Scaner‘s Mr Can Do’s.

Sticker tribute, unidentified artist.


Wynwood 2017

The following pieces were done in Wynwood, Miami at the first edition of Art Basel following Scaner’s death.

Les pièces présentées dans cette section ont été faites à Miami dans le cadre de la première édition d’Art Basel après le décès de Scaner.

By Scaner’s brother in KG, Stare.

By Vogue TDK and Snikr.

This one is by the same anonymous artist(s) as the similar one in Montreal (second from the top in this gallery, scoll up).

Scaner’s crewmate Eskae, left half (heaven).

Scaner’s crewmate Eskae, right half (hell).

Scaner’s crewmate Soten.


Around the world

By Toulouse’s Sere who was influenced by Scaner when he lived in Montreal.


Before

Some artists did not wait for Scaner to be gone before celebrating him. This section features pieces honouring him after the news came out that he was terminally ill.

Certains artistes n’ont pas attendu le départ de Scaner pour le célébrer. Cette section présente des pièces en son honneur créées après que la nouvelle se soit répandue qu’il ne lui restait que peu de temps.

Tribute by Yekso whilst in town for the 2017 edition of Under Pressure.

By Shok at the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

Monk.e on letters and Tibúron on character, in Rosemont.

Small piece by Persue dedicated to Scaner, next to an actual throw by the celebrated artist.

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Astro

Astro is another one of our street artists that history should remember. After making his name as one of Montreal’s top graffiti artists, he was roughly arrested and consequently now concentrates on legal street pieces and studio work. He is a member of DUC crew (with Pask, Koal, Sino, Stare etc.) as well as the French crew EB (which also includes Otek from Montreal). He has also been part of the now defunct La Paria crew with Zema, Frank Lam, etc. For more info on the artist or for photos of his studio work or his street work outside Montreal, see his personal website as well as his Instagram and Behance pages.

Astro est un autre de nos artiste de rue que l’histoire ne devrait pas oublier. Après s’être illustré comme un des tops graffeurs à Montréal, il a été arrêté (une ‘arrestation musclée’ pour utiliser les termes de l’artiste) et en conséquence il s’en tient maintenant aux oeuvres légales et au travail en studio. Il fait partie du DUC crew (avec Pask, Koal, Sino, Stare, etc) ainsi que du crew français EB (qui inclut aussi Otek de Montréal). Il a aussi fait partie du défunt crew La Paria avec Zema, Frank Lam, etc. Pour plus d’information sur l’artiste et pour voir des photos de son travail de studio ou ses oeuvres de rue hors-Montréal, voir son site web personnel ainsi que ses pages Instagram et Behance.


In a Rosemeont alley. See below for a close-up detail.

Detail of the above wall in a Rosemeont alley.

Tribute to Scaner at the Rouen legal graffiti tunnel. Visible above is an older piece by Kare.

For a daycare in a Hochelaga alley (part 1/3).

For a daycare in a Hochelaga alley (part 2/3).

For a daycare in a Hochelaga alley (part 3/3).

In Petite-Patrie for Plaza Walls.

In Plateau alley.

Astro’s part in A’Shop‘s Hip Hop You Don’t Stop project on the walls of a NDG garage.

One of two contributions to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

The other of two contributions to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Collaboration with Skepa on Napoleon (left half).

Collaboration with Skepa on Napoleon (right half).

In Hochelaga.

At the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen, summer 2014.

At the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen, shortly before the previous image. Photo © Astro.

In Hochelaga near the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. This is a detail of wall also featuring Axe.

The Axe piece next to the one above also features a character by Astro.

In centre-sud.

This Koal piece next to the one above also features a character by Astro.

In Hochelaga. This is a detail of a wall also featuring other member of DUC crew Pask as well as Robe and Fore.

Inside abandoned industrial building.

Inside the abandoned Transco.

Inside the abandoned Transco.

In Montreal West.

Astro’s part in a major production in St-Henri.

In Rosemont.

In Rosemont.

On container in Plateau park (other sides below).

On container in Plateau park (other sides above and below).

On both ends of container in Plateau park (other sides above).

On a different container, also in the Plateau.

On Plateau schoolyard containers, angle 1/2.

On Plateau schoolyard containers, angle 2/2.

At the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

In Rosemont. Photo © Astro.

In Rosemont. Photo © Astro.

Representing his crew. Photo © Astro.

Collaboration with Scaner (left) and Zeus (right) on Clark. This wall is now pretty damaged and there are always cars parked in front, so I’m using this photo © Astro.

Photo © Astro.

With DUC crewmate Koal.

With DUC crewmate Pask.

On abandoned warehouse in Hochelaga.

In Rosemont.

Interrupted by the police in abandoned factory.

Inside the abandoned Transco.

With defunct crew La Paria (with Zema, Frank Lam, etc.) on one of the pillars of the Van Horne|Rosemont overpass.

Side view of the above pillar by La Paria.

Another wall by La Paria, this one near Champs des Possibles.

La Paria’s contribution to the 2013 edition of Mural Festival.

On a sidewalk panel on Amherst for the 2016 edition of the MTL En Arts festival.

Quickie found inside the abandoned Transco.

Repeated print put up by the city in the windows of closed businesses. This is a close-up detail, see below for context.

Repeated print put up by the city in the windows of closed businesses. See above for close-up detail.

Pillars of the Van Horne|Rosemont Overpass

In September 2010 the Plateau Mont-Royal borough hired artists to create 6 murals on the pillars supporting the Van Horne|Rosemont overpass, on the East side of St-Laurent. These artists were mostly graffiti writers and street artists from Montreal: Stare, Zek, Axe and Fluke for A’Shop, Monk.e, Zema and Frank Lam. In May 2013, the project was re-opened and another bunch of artists were given the contract of covering the pillars on the West side of St-Laurent. This second batch included a mix of graffiti writers as well as street and studio artists: Arpi, Peru Dyer, Sino, Reuben Peter-Finley aka Sbire, Fanny Aishaa, Pito & Guko (credited as Capital P and Charlie Machete) and the Crazy Apes.

En septembre 2010, l’arrondissement Plateau Mont-Royal a fait réaliser 6 murales sur les piliers soutenant le viaduc Van Horne|Rosemont, à l’est de la rue St-Laurent. Les artistes choisis pour la création de cette galerie ‘à ciel ouvert’ étaient principalement des graffeurs et artistes de rue montréalais: Stare, Zek, Axe et Fluke pour A’Shop, Monk.e, Zema et Frank Lam. En mai 2013, le projet a été relancé et de nouveaux artistes se sont vus octroyer le contrat de couvrir les piliers se trouvant du côté ouest de St-Laurent. Cette fois-ci la sélection incluait des graffeurs ainsi que des artistes de rue et de studio/atelier: Arpi, Peru Dyer, Sino, Reuben Peter-Finley (Sbire), Fanny Aishaa, Pito & Guko (crédités Capital P et Charlie Machete) et les Crazy Apes.


Western side / côté ouest [2013]

Arpi

Peru143

Sino

Reuben Peter-Finley

Fanny Aishaa

Pito X Guko

Crazy Apes (Narc, Lith, Fezat, Korb, Egor)

Crazy Apes (Narc, Lith, Fezat, Korb, Egor)

A bonus one by Crazy Apes.

Not official: Kare and Mesk graffiti.


Eastern side / côté est [2010]

Stare

Zek

A’Shop‘s Axe and Fluke.

Monk.e

La Paria aka Paria Crew featuring Zema, Astro, Frank Lam, Bjorn, Gaston and Kain.

The piece above carries over the sides of the pillar.

The piece above carries over the sides of the pillar.

This is the original piece by Zema and Frank Lam which was later replaced by the one shown above it.