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Door 2 door MTL – garage edition

Last year’s post titled “Door 2 door Montreal” was a particularly popular one, so here’s a follow-up presenting some of the best garage and delivery doors in Montreal.

L’article de l’année dernière intitulé ‘Door 2 door Montreal” présentant les plus belles oeuvres de street art sur des portes de Montréal ayant été particulièrement populaire, voici une suite consacrée cette fois aux portes de garage et de livraison.


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

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

Elfu’s part on the LTG wall for the Canettes de Ruelle block party.

Eskro and Resok doing the name of their crew YU8 for the Canettes de Ruelle production.

Nikki Küntzle for the Canettes de Ruelle alley production in Rosemont.

Adida Fallen Angel in a Rosemont alley.

Raphael Dairon for the 2018 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Collaboration between Tava and Bishop in Little Italy.

Germ Dee in a Plateau alley.

Peru143 in a Plateau alley.

Waxhead and Cryote collaboration in Hochelaga.

Maliciouz in Mile End.

By an unidentified artist in Mile End.

Labrona in the Plateau.

Maliciouz in the Plateau.

SBU One in Hochelaga.

An unidentified artist in a Hochelaga alley.

Germ Dee at Plaza Walls.

Mngelekrak and Epos on a delivery door in Mile Ex.

Fokus in Hochelaga.

Haks in Mile-Ex.

Jest and Sloast collaboration in a Plateau alley.

Mono Sourcil for the Gatos Callejeros production in a Rosemont alley.

Jee tribute to Leonard Cohen in Mile End

SBU One in Rosemont.

Ms Teri on a delivery door in Mile Ex.

Kevin Ledo in a Plateau alley.

Stela on an abandoned warehouse in Hochelaga.

Maliciouz in the Plateau.

Hater in a central graffiti alley.

Fokus on the garage door of a park building in the Nouveau Rosemont.

Fokus, Gaulois and Boporc on a set of garage doors in Hochelaga.

Keos in a Plateau alley.

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

Germ Dee in a Plateau back alley.

Koal on a delivery door in Mile Ex.

Wuna in a Plateau alley.

Unidentified artist at Plaza Walls.

Bosny in Plateau End.

Wheatpaste over painted door by Dial M for the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Legal (letters) and Jmoe (character) in Monkland Village.

Ms Teri in Monkland Village.

Dodo Osé in Hochelaga.

Pask in industrial Rosemont.

Germ Dee in a Plateau alley.

Naimo’s contribution to a K6A wall in St-Henri.

Mad Rats Gaulois and Boporc on a set of garage doors in Ville-Marie.

Monk.e in the Plateau.

MC Baldassari and Hot Sluts’n’Poutine collaboration in the Plateau, part 1/2.

MC Baldassari and Hot Sluts’n’Poutine collaboration in the Plateau, part 2/2.

Omen

SBU One

Turtle Caps in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Also visible around are older pieces by Waxhead (left), Sake (top) and Peru143/Wastoids (right).

Raes in Mile End.

123Klan in the fashion district.

Five Eight (letters) and Earth Crusher (character) in the Plateau.

Turtle Caps in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Maliciouz in Mile End.

Shane Watt in Petite-Patrie

Cryote modified this garage door in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet when he repaired it post-vandalism. Scroll down for original.

Kevin Ledo in the Plateau.

Futur Lasor Now in the Plateau.

Unidentified artist in the Plateau.

Skam in Petite-Patrie.

Tava and Detto in Little Italy.

Cryote, at the time in the Wzrds Gng, in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Labrona (humans) and Gawd (felines).

Monk.e in the Plateau.

Monk.e for K6A in St-Henri.

Unidentified artist for K6A in St-Henri.

Mono Sourcil in the Plateau.

El Moot Moot (left) and Waxhead (right) in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

El Moot Moot in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Riode in an abandoned industrial building.

Tava in Little Italy.

MSHL in St-Henri.

Zoids in St-Henri.

Unidentified artist in Plateau-End.

Koal and Snob on the delivery door of an abandoned warehouse.

MC Baldassari for En Masse in an alley off de Castelnau.

Waxhead over background by Mastrocola, on St-Dominique.

Unidentified artist in the Plateau.

Omen (main image) and Kashink (bottom corners) on the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Keos in Mile End.

Footloose Yooth Crew, left half.

Footloose Yooth Crew, right half.

Vhat in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Swaz on St-Dominique.

These garage doors in Hochelaga look like they are from Mateo‘s hand, but they are actually from a friend of his using some of his stencils.

Gawd, detail of a collaboration with Labrona (not visible in this detail) in the Cité du Multimédia.

Maddog and Namer in Hochelaga.

Unidentified artist in Mile End.

Andy Dass in Plateau/Rosemont.

Peru143 in the Plateau.

Peru143 in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Waxhead (at the time representing the Wzrds Gng) in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Le Renard Fou in upper Plateau.

Le Renard Fou in upper Plateau.

Unidentified artist in Mile End.

Dfek and Zek for Trife Life in the Plateau.

David Farley in the Plateau.

Collaboration between Waxhead (beige) and Birdo (green) in the McGill ghetto.

Unidentified artist in the Plateau.

Unidentified artist in the Plateau.

Peru143 helped by Fiefo in Monkland Village.

Fiefo in Monkland Village.

Royal Kingbee at the Cabot x Gilmore walls.

Bruno Smoky and Shalak, with Monk.e between doors, in Hochelaga.

Promethee Huard in Petite-Patrie.

A great piece by Omen in the Plateau.

Striker in Hochelaga.

Peru143 for En Masse on St-Laurent.

Maniak (top) and Zek (bottom) at the Cabot x Gilmore walls.

Stape and Fabu, Plateau.

Someone for Unc in Griffintown.

Astro in Montreal West.

Omen in the Plateau.

Omen downtown.

Mural Festival 2014

This post covers the 2014 edition of Mural Festival. For other editions, click on the latter link. You may want to check out this walking tour which I have put together: starting from ‘mural central’ behind the LNDMRK offices, up St-Dominique and the eastern side of St-Laurent then down Clark and the western side of St-Laurent. See also: Google’s Street Art Project feature on the Mural Festival.

Cet article présente les oeuvres produites dans le cadre de l’édition 2014 du Festival Mural. Pour les autres éditions, cliquez sur ce dernier lien. Vous pourriez être intéressé par ce tour pédestre que j’ai créé: débutant à la ‘place des murales’ derrière les bureaux de LNDMRK, ensuite vers le nord le long de St-Dominique et le côté est de St-Laurent, puis vers le sud le long de Clark et le côté ouest de St-Laurent. A voir aussi: expo sur le Festival Mural par le Google Street Art Project.


The sponsored mural for 2014 was done by Kashink from France. It replaced the En Masse one from the 2013 edition.

Cyrcle from the USA.

Alexis Diaz from Puerto Rico.

Wheatpaste mural by Miss Me.

By 123Klan.

Seth from France.

Vilx from France but residing in Montreal at the time.

Rone from Australia.

Alex Produkt. This unfortunately did not last long before it was erased by the owner of the wall.

Betz from the Etam Cru (Poland).

Bryan Beyung

Zilon

Zema

Kevin Ledo

Scaner and Axe (side view).

Scaner and Axe (back view).

Zoltan V

Caron

RR & DB. This photo was taken only a few weeks after the piece was created and unfortunately the wheatpastes were coming off the wall.

Inti

Andrew Antonaccio.

2501 from Italy. Unfortunately this wall is only properly visible from a seldom used segment of St-Dominique. The bottom of it was also quickly covered in graffiti (more than what is seen in this photo, which was taken only a few days after the piece was finished).


Mathieu Connery’s sidewalk pieces

For the 2013 edition of the festival, Montreal artist Mathieu Connery painted three pieces in his own abstract and somewhat geometrical style on the sidewalks of St-Laurent. For the 2014 edition, the fading 2013 creations were painted over with new pieces, and seven new ones were added along the St-Laurent axis. Photos in the gallery below that were taken from an elevated position are © Vandalog. The ones taken at ground level are mine.

Dans le cadre de l’édition 2013 du festival, l’artiste montréalais Mathieu Connery a peint sur les trottoirs de la rue St-Laurent trois différentes pièces dans son style abstrait et géométrique. Pour l’édition 2014 du festival, ces dernières ayant été défraichies par l’hiver et la pluie, de nouvelles créations ont été peintes par dessus et sept nouvelles pièces ont été ajoutées le long de l’axe St-Laurent. Les photos aériennes dans la galerie ci-dessous sont © Vandalog. Celles prises au niveau du sol sont miennes.

On Milton corner St-Laurent.

Between Milton and Prince-Arthur.

On the corner of Prince-Arthur.

On Roy corner St-Laurent.

On the corner of Napoleon.

On the corner of Bagg.

On the corner of Duluth.

Between Rachel and Marie-Anne. We can still see the faded remnants of the 2013 piece.

On the corner of Marie-Anne.

On the corner of Mont-Royal.


Other / Autre

For the 2014 edition of the Mural Festival, France’s Le Diamantaire put up some of his creations – diamonds cut out of recycled mirror pieces – all over the St-Laurent axis and beyond. Two of these are shown here.

Dans le cadre de l’édition 2014 du Festival Mural, Le Diamantaire a collé ici et là le long de l’axe St-Laurent et aux alentours un certain nombre de ses créations, des formes de diamants taillés à partir de miroirs recyclés. Deux exemplaires sont présentés ici

New street art November-December 2014

Winter has arrived early so there isn’t much painted work to be shown in this ‘new works’ installment, but artists have still been busy pasting and slapping (some much more than others!).

L’hiver est arrivé tôt, ce qui signifie qu’il y a très peu d’oeuvres peintes à présenter dans cet article consacré aux nouveautés récentes. Par contre, les oeuvres collées y figurent en grand nombre.


Zoltan V replaced his three mural pieces on Rachel for Le Hachoir with three new ones.

Maik on Masson near des Érables

Intallation in front of Mont-Royal metro by Stéphanie Leduc and Manuel Baumann. Different angle shot below.

Different angle of the intallation in front of Mont-Royal metro by Stéphanie Leduc and Manuel Baumann.

Fake boxing day poster ad by Miss Me.

Fake boxing day poster ad by Miss Me. This photo © Miss Me.

This WhatIsAdam creation could be seen at Station 16 for some time now, but it became new street art when it was put outside.

Another discovered clay piece by Zenka. This one states “#dancepartyspot”. Scroll down to the stickers section for more by this artist.

Stencil by an unidentified artist, various locations.


Pasted art

The wall featuring the deteriorating wheatpastes by RR & DB done for the 2014 edition of Mural Festival was taken over by the Inside Out Project.

Wheatpastes by Lovebot (left) and Turtle Caps (right). I believe these were actually done in October.

One more wheatpaste by Toronto’s Lovebot. Scroll down to the stickers section for more by Lovebot.

We’re used to Citizan stickers, but this one is a larger paste-up.

More paste-ups by Citizan.

I thought Kashink was done in Montreal, but as her earlier paste-ups are either gone or slowly deteriorating, this one seems to have popped up on Mont-Royal.

Small paste-up by Stela.

Unidentified artist, found in the Plateau / Mile-End neighbourhood.

One more mini-poster by the same unidentified artist as above, again found in the Plateau / Mile-End neighbourhood.

Drawing by an unidentified artist found on the George General d’Auto Reparation

One more drawing by the same unidentified artist as above, also found on the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Same unidentified artist as the two above, but found not very far on St-Dominique.

Pasted piece by an unidentified artist found in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.


Stickers and smaller paste-ups

Futur Lasor Now has been coming up with new owls besides the one shown in the last ‘new work’ post.

One more new owl by Futur Lasor Now.

One more new owl by Futur Lasor Now.

This new Futur Lasor Now owl paste-up is keeping an eye on a sticker by Turtle Caps (scroll down for close-up).

Birds of a feather stick together. By Futur Lasor Now.

A new variation on an older Futur Lasor Now design.

Another new variation on an older Futur Lasor Now design.

Futur Lasor Now

Variation on the above Futur Lasor Now sticker.

Lovebot

Lovebot

Lovebot

Lovebot

Lovebot

Lovebot

Lovebot. See wheatpastes in the previous section of this post for more by Lovebot.

Nesar One was also very busy slappin’ around the Plateau.

Nesar One

Nesar One

Nesar One

New sticker by Tava in anticipation of the artist’s upcoming trip to Barcelona.

New sticker by Tava, a variation on a previously seen theme.

Zenka

Zenka

Zenka. Also see clay piece by the same artist near the top of this post.

Mini-paste-up by Turtle Caps.

Mini-paste-up by Turtle Caps.

Zola

Zola

Homsik

Swarm

This Waxhead sticker features a previously seen image on the left and a new one on the right.

Halloween variation of WhatIsAdam‘s Maple Sizzurp.

Sticker by XRAY.

Ether

HoarKor aka HRKR

These Paul McCartney heads have popped up all over the Plateau / Mile-End neighbourhoods. Artist unidentified.


Hit and runs

Cryote and someone from the WC Crew have been busy repeating the following themes over central Montreal. Only a few presented here, but more were discovered.

Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng.

Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng, plus a stencil stating ‘Jesus Règne’.

Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng.

Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng.

Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng.

Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng, plus at the top something by Snail from WC.

Snail from the WC Crew.

Snail from the WC Crew.

Top 25 pasted pieces of 2014

This is part three of Wall2WallMTL’s Top 100 Montreal street art of 2014. See also:
part 1: top 25 big murals of 2014
part 2: top 25 small painted pieces of 2014
part 4: top 10 graffiti, top 10 stickers, top 5 other of 2014

Series on the same theme are treated as one entry in the Top 25. Works are presented in alphabetical order of artist name.

Voici le top 25 des pièces collées de 2014 à Montréal. Voir aussi:
1ère partie: top 25 des grandes murales de 2014
2ième partie: top 25 des petites pièces peintes de 2014
4ième partie: top 10 graffitis, top 10
stickers, top 5 autre de 2014

Les séries sur un même thème comptent pour une seule entrée dans le Top 25. Les oeuvres sont présentées en ordre alphabétique de nom d’artiste.


Baubô for Off MuralEs.

Above 2 photos: Enzo & Nio armed girl series. Only 2 are displayed here, more exist.

Futur Lasor Now and Turtle Caps one-off in Chinatown. Scroll down for more by Turtle Caps in solo. Both artists have also made it into the top 25 big murals of 2014.

Above 3 photos: Futur Lasor Now multi-sticker series. Futur Lasor Now has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014 and the top 10 stickers of 2014.

Above 2 photos: Graffiti Knight‘s hipster chimp series (many more variations exist). This artist has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014.

Above 4 photos: Kashink head series. Many more variations exist. Kashink has also made it into the top 25 big murals of 2014.

Above 4 photos: Kat‘s captive animals series.

Above 2 photos: Bryan Keith Lanier ‘Ages’ series. Lanier has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014.

Lily Luciole and Swarm for Off MuralEs. Scroll down for more by Swarm in solo.

Above 4 photos: Lovebot series. Variations exist, some featuring Turtle Caps as seen in third image above.

Mimi for Off MuralEs (variations exist).

Above 3 photos: Miss Me‘s contributions to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery.

Miss Me‘s contribution to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival. Miss Me has also made it into the top 10 graffiti, top 10 stickers, top 5 other of 2014.

Above 4 photos: Ohwell‘s ‘Less Gas More Ass!’ series.

Pyramid Oracle for Decolonizing Street Art.

Stikki Peaches one-off in Mile End alley.

Stikki Peaches one-off on St-Urbain.

Above 2 photos: pair of wheatpastes by Stikki Peaches.

Above 4 photos: Swarm series (many more variations exist). Scroll up to Lily Luciole for a collaboration with Swarm.

Tava‘s melting cat series, variations exist. Tava has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014.

Above 3 photos: Tava‘s screaming heart series, 2014 variations (more variations exist)

Above 2 photos: Tava‘s sharp-dressed fox series (variations exist).

Above 4 photos: Turtle Caps series (many more variations exist). Scroll up to Futur Lasor Now for a collaboration. Turtle Caps has also made it into the top 10 stickers of 2014.

WhatIsAdam aka WIA one-off wheatpaste on St-Urbain door. WhatIsAdam has also made it into the top 10 graffiti, top 10 stickers, top 5 other of 2014.

Above 4 photos: Zola wheatpastes, other variations exist.

Top 25 big murals of 2014

This is part one of Wall2WallMTL’s Top 100 Montreal street art of 2014. See also:
part 2: top 25 small painted pieces of 2014
part 3: top 25 pasted pieces of 2014
part 4: top 10 graffiti, top 10 stickers, top 5 other of 2014

Works are presented in alphabetical order of artist name.

Voici le top 25 des grandes murales de 2014 à Montréal. Voir aussi:
2ième partie: top 25 des petites pièces peintes de 2014
3ième partie: top 25 des oeuvres collées de 2014
4ième partie: top 10 graffitis, top 10
stickers, top 5 autre de 2014

Les oeuvres sont présentées en ordre alphabétique de nom d’artiste.


Jason Botkin and Jeremy Shantz in Old Montreal. Botkin has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014.

Caron piece done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival. Scroll down to Labrona for more work by Caron.

Cyrcle‘s contribution to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Alexis Diaz‘s contribution to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Betz from the Etam Cru‘s contribution to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Five Eight in the Plateau. Five Eight has also made it into the top 10 graffiti of 2014.

Fonki for Ashop in Petite-Patrie.

Futur Lasor Now for Decolonizing Street Art. Scroll down to Turtle Caps below for more by Futur Lasor Now. Futur Lasor Now has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014, top 25 pasted pieces of 2014 and the top 10 stickers of 2014.

HoarKor aka HRKR for the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. This duo has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014.

Hsix on Pie-IX. This was certainly the most controversial mural of the year. The photo below shows the mural not quite completed, as it was painted over by the police within hours of completion.

INTI‘s contribution to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Kashink‘s contribution to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival. Scroll down to Labrona for more by Kashink. She has also made it into the top 25 pasted pieces of 2014.

Kyoti / Chris Bose for Decolonizing Street Art. View footage from the making of this mural and an interview with the artist here.

Labrona, Caron and Kashink in Little Burgundy. Scroll up for some solo work by Kashink as well as Caron. Labrona has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014.

Lapin, Maddog and Namer for the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Kevin Ledo‘s contribution to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival. Scroll down to Zoltan V for more by Kevin Ledo. He has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014.

Collaboration mural between Omen and Jess in a Plateau alley.

Omen mural in a Mile End alley.

Alex Produkt‘s piece done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival. Produkt has also made it into the top 25 small painted pieces of 2014.

Jessica Sabogal for Decolonizing Street Art.

Seth‘s contribution to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Rafael Sottolichio in the Plateau.

Turtle Caps and Futur Lasor Now on side wall of a Plateau café. Scroll up for more work by Futur Lasor Now in solo. Both artists have also made it into the top 25 pasted pieces of 2014 and the top 10 stickers of 2014.

Vilx mural in a Hochelaga alley.

Zoltan V and Kevin Ledo in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet. Scroll up for more work by Kevin Ledo in solo.

New street art August 2014

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murals and other painted work

Axe‘s mural for Muralité in Mile End mural is finally completed.

Chris Dyer‘s tribute to skateboarder Jay Adams at the Parc Olympique tunnel.

One more little bit by Chris Dyer with the above tribute to Jay Adams at the Parc Olympique tunnel.

Labrona, Caron, Kashink in Little Burgundy (this is from earlier this summer, but I couldn’t photograph it properly until now because of cars parked in front).

Waxhead and Gawd, Duluth west of St-Laurent. Only Waxhead’s part (window and beneath) is new; it replaces earlier work also by him.

Unidentified artist, alley behind St-Denis.

Unidentified artist, alley behind St-Denis.


pasted work

WhatIsAdam, dressed-up garbage can, parc Jeanne-Mance (photo © WhatIsAdam).

WhatIsAdam, dressed-up garbage can, parc Jeanne-Mance (photo © WhatIsAdam).

Unknown artist, printed text on pasted paper on the corner of Marie-Anne and Laval.

Pasted poster by Kat in the Plateau.

Wheatpaste by an unidentified artist in Mile End.

Madame Gilles poster found in the Plateau.

Madame Gilles poster found in the Plateau.

Madame Gilles poster found in the Plateau.

Paste-up by ROC514 with Cup O’Joe and Purplesmoke17 (Sleepy Bunny), various locations.

Paste-up by Sien514, various locations downtown.

Wheatpaste by Rage5 in alley behind St-Denis.

New sticker montage by Futur Lasor Now.

New sticker by Waxhead.

Small paste-up by Waxhead.

Mini wheatpaste by Ohwell.

Omen

If only one name is known to even the most casual of Montreal street art followers, it is Omen’s. Not only because he was the most prolific muralist in this city (until he moved away in 2016), but also because his work appealed to a large spectrum of people, from the casual fan to the most hardcore vandal taggers who respect his work and very rarely hit his walls.

Omen has been ‘taking it to the street’ since the late 1990s. He started writing graffiti but eventually moved on to murals and other figurative street art work. His recognizable style quickly garnered the attention of Montrealers. His reputation gradually grew outside of Montreal and he was commissioned to bring his art to many other places in Canada, in the States and the rest of the world.

For more information and for more photos than what appears in the image gallery below, please see his official webpage and his Instagram page. Additional reading: a Q&A with Omen published at “I’m In Miami Bitch” and this Art-Facto.Today interview. Recommended viewing: Omen’s TEDx Talk titled “Graffiti is not the problem”.

Si quelqu’un ne connait le nom que d’un artiste street oeuvrant à Montréal, c’est celui d’Omen. Il a acquis cette réputation parce qu’il était un des artistes urbains les plus prolifiques en ville (jusqu’à son départ de Montréal en 2016), mais surtout parce que son oeuvre est d’une qualité exceptionnelle. Son style plait aux amateurs occasionnels autant qu’à ses pairs graffeurs. Même les plus vandales des taggeurs respectent son travail et vandalisent très rarement ses murs.

Suite à ses débuts dans le monde du graff à la fin des années 1990, Omen s’est éventuellement mis aux murales et autres oeuvres figuratives publiques. Il s’est rapidement affirmé comme un des préférés des montréalais. Sa réputation a depuis débordé de Montréal et son art est maintenant ‘affiché’ dans les rues de plusieurs villes canadiennes, américaines et internationales!

Pour plus d’information ou plus de photos que ce qui apparait dans la galerie-photo ci-dessous, jetez un coup d’oeil à son site web officiel et à sa page Instagram. Lecture recommandée: un questionnaire avec Omen publié sur le blog “I’m In Miami Bitch” et cette entrevue avec Art-Facto.Today. A voir aussi: présentation TEDx par Omen intitulée “Graffiti is not the problem”.


Murals / murales

For the 2015 VHS – Van Horne Station event.

In the Plateau.

Off-Muralfest2016 piece.

Tribute to Warshaw’s Mrs Levy by on the back wall of where Warshaw used to be.

Portrait of Gaston Miron on a wall of a Montreal Nord school. Bottom part is preemptive damage control by the artist himself.

Contribution to the 2013 edition of the Mural Festival. At the bottom are letter pieces by Omen himself as well as Five Eight in the bottom right corner.

In the Plateau

In Old Montreal.

In Mile End.

In Monkland Village.

In the Plateau (on the same wall as the piece below)

In the Plateau (on the same wall as the piece above)

In a Plateau alley (next to the piece below)

Collaboration with Jess in a Plateau alley (next to the piece above it in this gallery).

Same spot as above, but retouched in the autumn of 2015.

In the Plateau.

In Mile End.

In Mile End.

In the Plateau.

In Ville St-Laurent (photo © Mu).

In Petite-Patrie.

Omen (woman) and Five Eight (letters) inside an abandoned industrial building in Rosemont.

Omen (face) and Five Eight (letters) inside another abandoned industrial building, this one in the South West.

In Mile End.

Inside the Omnipac building. Photo © Kris Murray 2010.

In the Plateau.

In the Plateau.

Two pieces in the Plateau.

On garage door in Petite-Patrie.

Collaboration with Kashink on door of the abandoned garage on St-Dominique.

In a Mile End alley (photo © Omen).

Collaboration mural with Other in Plateau End.

In Rosemont (pre-damage photo is welcome).

Smaller piece on Cabot x Gilmore walls.

In the Quartier des Spectacles.

In the Quartier des Spectacles, with Vesk in the bottom right corner.

Drawn graffiti / graffitis dessinés

In Mile End.

In central Montreal.

In the Plateau.

In Mile End.

Rooftop piece on St-Laurent.


Promo stickers / autocollants promotionnels


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Omen’s part for the Surfaces outdoors expo.

Inside paella pan displayed by restaurant during St-Laurent outdoor events.

Unofficial piece on shutters done during the 2016 edition of Mural Festival.