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Zek

Zek is an institution in both the Montreal graffiti and street art scenes. He started doing graffiti in 1993 and eventually moved on to figurative art. Being decicated to his work and immensely talented in both art forms, he gradually forged his way into the Montreal urban art hall of fame, respected by his fellow writers for his style and loved by fans of street art for the photorealism of his figurative work.

Zek is one of the few writers/artists of his generation still very active. It is no surprise that he has helped shape and define the Montreal scene, having been cited as an influence by so many writers and artists who came after him. He is very involved with Ashop, not just as an artist but also as a project supervisor. He also collaborates with other artists on multi-writer graffiti murals and does a lot of solo work as well.

For more on this internationally renowned Montreal pillar, check out Zekone.com and Zek’s Instagram. His collaborative work with other Ashop artists can be seen on Ashop webpage.

Zek est une institution des scènes de graffiti et de street art à Montréal. Il a découvert le graffiti en 1993 et ceci l’a éventuellement mené à l’art mural figuratif. Grâce à son talent et sa persévérance il a graduellement pris sa place au temple de la renommée de l’art urbain montréalais. Il est respecté par ses pairs du milieu du graffiti pour son style, et admiré des amateurs de street art pour le photoréalisme de son art figuratif.

Zek est un des quelques artistes de sa génération qui sont toujours actifs. Ayant été cité comme une influence par de nombreux graffeurs qui l’ont suivi, il a contribué à façonner la scène et le style montréalais. Il fait partie du collectif Ashop, non seulement en tant qu’artiste mais aussi comme directeur de projets. Il collabore souvent à des murales multi-artistes et travaille aussi à l’occasion en solo.

Pour plus d’information sur ce pilier montréalais de réputation internationale, vous êtes invités à jeter un coup d’oeil à Zekone.com et Instagram. Ses collaborations avec le collectif Ashop se trouvent dans les galleries-photos du site web d’Ashop.

figurative work, solo

In a park in Ville St-Laurent. Only one side shown here, scroll down for more.

In a park in Ville St-Laurent. Only one side shown here, scroll up and down for more.

In a park in Ville St-Laurent. Only one side shown here, scroll up and down for more.

In a park in Ville St-Laurent. Only one side shown here, scroll up and down for more.

In a park in Ville St-Laurent. Only one side shown here, scroll up for more.

Beautiful piece in Monkland village.

Figurative/letter mix in Montreal West.

Another figurative/letter combo, this one downtown.

Zek’s half of a wall also featuring Hsix (not pictured) in Montreal West.

On one of the pillars of the Van Horne|Rosemont overpass.

In a Plateau back alley.

In Montreal West.

This one of three trackside murals in NDG by Ashop was done by Zek.

figurative work, with collaborators

This iconic and internationally renowned Montreal mural by Ashop features Fluke, Axe, Phile, Zek and Dodo Osé.

Ashop‘s contribution to the 2013 edition of Mural Festival features Axe, Zek, Apashe and Fluke.

Ashop mural in the Plateau featuring Dodo Osé, Phile, Zek and Fluke.

Tribute mural to Bad News Brown by Ashop featuring Saer, Fluke and Zek.

Ashop mural in Hochelaga featuring Zek and Dodo Osé.

Ashop mural in Côte des Neiges featuring Dré, Dodo Osé and Zek.

Zek and Dodo Osé for Ashop in Ahuntsic.

This Ashop mural for the Mercier library features Zek, Dodo Osé and Ankh One. Photo © Ashop.

This Ashop wall on a Verdun high school was designed and created by Zek, with Monk.e as an assistant.

This Trife Life / Dfek garage door features Zek.

Ashop mural designed by Fluke and done by Zek and Benny Wilding.

Zek, Simo, Fiuser and Swarm in the Plateau.

Zek and Fleo in NDG, detail 1/7.

Zek and Fleo in NDG, detail 2/7.

Zek and Fleo in NDG, detail 3/7.

Zek and Fleo in NDG, detail 4/7.

Zek and Fleo in NDG, detail 5/7.

Zek and Fleo in NDG, detail 6/7.

Zek and Fleo in NDG, detail 7/7.

Zek and Hsix in NDG, complete wall. See details below.

Detail #1 of the Zek and Hsix wall in NDG shown above.

Detail #2 of the Zek and Hsix wall in NDG shown above.

Long wall in Hochelaga for Ashop, with Monk.e as an assistant. See below for 2 close-ups.

Close-up 1/2 of the long Hochelaga wall above.

Close-up 2/2 of the long Hochelaga wall above.

Zek, Dodo Osé, Ankh One for the 2016 edition of Art Basel in Wynwood, Miami (1/2).

Zek, Dodo Osé, Ankh One for the 2016 edition of Art Basel in Wynwood, Miami (2/2).

Rouks on main characters, with Zek on background, for Ashop. This was done for a family get together, and the people who attended filled in the silhouette figures at the bottom with their own art.

A collaboration with Striker in St-Michel, presumably from the early 2000s.

letters

In Hochelaga.

From a K6A and friends production in St-Henri.

For the Surfaces outside artshow.

In Hochelaga.

In upper Plateau.

In Hochelaga; this piece was designed by Geser.

From a long tribute wall to Scaner also involving Stare and Benny Wilding.

From the same long tribute wall to Scaner as above, this is Stare and Zek doing Scan’s name.

Zek’s part in the Time Is Gold production.

In a Plateau alley.

From a K6A and friends production in St-Henri.

With Axe, Awe and Dodo Osé in St-Henri.

From the Scan You Rock mega-jam in the South West.

In upper Plateau.

At the PSC legal graffiti wall.

On truck side for the 2016 edition of Hip Hop You Don’t Stop. The back is by Zek with Shadow who did the opposite side of this truck.

The 123Klan contribution to the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival features guests Mark Esprit (top left) and Zek (top right).

Zek (central letters and background), Shadow (bottom letters), Monk.e (left) and Ankh One (right) on the Ashop wall in Hochelaga.

Zek’s final piece of 2016.

On Ashop‘s wall in Hochelaga.

Zek from a Hochelaga production also featuring Tchug (right) and Stare (not in photo).

From a Hochelaga production also featuring Trace and Monk.e (not in photo).

From Ashop‘s Chemin Vert block party in Mile-End.

With Fluke on the right at Plaza Walls.

On Ashop‘s wall in Hochelaga.

In Rosemont.

At the abandoned Montreal Hippodrome.

At the PSC legal graffiti wall.

At the Papineau legal graffiti wall.

Zek’s part in a 123Klan production in Plateau End.

In an alley prior to the 2016 edition of Mural Festival.

In Rosemont.

On the roof of the abandoned Transco.

For a block party in Mile End.

On a park’s garbage bin.

Doing Ashop‘s name on a park’s garbage bin.

Zek letters at the bottom of a Plateau mural by Hsix.

On a Plaza St-Hubert roof.

In a Plateau alley.

Zek letters in the middle of a mural also featuring Mark Esprit, Hsix, Dcae and Dekor for the 2015 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

In the Plateau.

Zek’s part in a 123Klan / Ashop wall in the Plateau.

In a Rosemont alley.

At the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible above is Aces.

At the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

At the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen (ground level).

Cat by Axe between letters by Zek (left) and Scaner (right) in Centre-Sud.

Near TMR.

In Pointe St-Charles.

In Pointe St-Charles.

Ashop wall in Hochelaga featuring Shadow (top letters), Zek (bottom left), Fluke (bottom right) and Ankh One (figurative material).

Zek on letters and Tchug on creature in this segment of a Plateau wall also featuring Stare (not pictured here).

This segment of a KG wall in Hochelaga shows Zek on the left and Stare (doing KG) on the right.

Part of a wall in Centre-Sud also featuring Stare and Tchug (not pictured).

In Centre-Sud.

Serak (left) and Zek (right) in Griffintown.

On truck side.

Opposite side to the above also presumably by Zek.

In Montreal West.

In Montreal West.

On a multi-artist Plateau wall.

In Monkland Village.

Near TMR.

Maniak (top left), Zek (bottom left), Axe and Fluke for K6A and Ashop (right), at the Cabot x Gilmore walls.

Detail of a multi-artist wall in NDG.

Zek (ground bottom left) and Earth Crusher (ground bottom right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Zek (left letters) and Hsix in Hochelaga.

Zek (left letters) and Hsix in NDG.

In an abandoned building in Dorval

Detail of an old wall in NDG.

Detail of an old wall in the Plateau.

In Monkland Village.

Zek, Stack and Dfek in the Plateau.

<a href="http://Stack” rel=”noopener” target=”_blank”>Stack (top) and Zek (right) in the Plateau.

Detail of an old NDG wall.

On trackside rooftop in Rosemont/Hochelaga.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Detail of a AG Crew / 123 Klan graffiti wall in NDG / Cote des Neiges.

Detail of a very old multi-artist wall in Lachine.

An old wall in the Plateau, in collaboration with Dfek.

Detail of an old multi-artist mural in the Plateau.

Detail of a long mural in Centre-Sud.

Detail of a multi-artist mural in Hochelaga.

Zek (letters) and Striker (figurative) on a Hochelaga garage door.

throws and tags

Wall of flops from the Time Is Gold production featuring Zek amongst many others (in black and yellow, third from from the top, first from the left).

other

These temporary fences put up in the Quartier des spectacles during the 2015-2016 winter were designed by Zek. The work appears to have been drawn by computer then transfered onto the thick vinyl from which the fences were made.

Ces clôtures temporaires, apparues dans le Quartier des spectacles au cours de l’hiver 2015-2016, ont été dessinées par Zek. Elles ont probablement été conçues par ordinateur avant d’être imprimées sur vinyle.

stickers

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. Some of the work shown here was commissioned, but a good share of it was not. I apologize for the quality of some of the images: the trucks are often filthy and in many 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. Une bonne part de ces créations ont été commandées mais certaines pièces ne l’ont pas été. Je dois m’excuser de la piètre qualité de certaines de ces photos. Les camions ne sont pas toujours très propres et il est souvent difficile de trouver un bon angle entre les véhicules stationnés.


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

Awe, with 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.

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

Opposite side is also a tribute to Scaner, this time by Monk.e.

Back of above truck 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.

Stare

Scaner on opposide side of the above.

Stare and Scaner throwies on 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 crew on front of the above truck.

Scaner

Opposite side to the above by Ether.

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 doing 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.

Zek on side. Back is by Zek and Shadow.

Shadow on the opposide side to the above.

Lyfer (letters) and Awe (back) on truck; done during the 2016 edition of the Hip Hop You Don’t Stop festival.

Peace (letters) and Mos (back) on truck; done during the 2016 edition of the Hip Hop You Don’t Stop festival.

Jaker on the opposite side of the above.

Peace

Mos on opposide side of the above.

Mos also on back 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).

Zek and perhaps others.

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

Shok

Mersh on opposite side of the above.

Skor on the back of the above truck.

123Klan.

Bates on opposite side of the above.

Lyfer and Bosny. This was done during Elementality’s Hip Hop You Don’t Stop event.

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

The front of the above truck shows a throwie by Zek and the back is by Opire.

Elfu

EK Sept on the reverse of the above.

Axe (letters) and Tchug (figurative).

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

Same truck as above, redone by Kers.

Back of the above by Her.

Axe and perhaps others for K6A.

Opposite side of the above by Arose.

Koal writing and birds by Astro.

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

Pask again, on back of truck.

Pask again, on back of truck.

Another one showing a piece by Pask.

Pask

Keos on other side of the above.

Keos

Another piece by Keos.

Plus.

Blek throwie on opposite side of the above truck.

Nixon.

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

Nixon, split over two backs.

Another back end by Nixon.

Nixon (top), Robe (bottom left), Fore (bottom right).

Nixon.

Monk.e on opposite side of the above.

Fleo for K6A on back end of the above.

K6A‘s Fleo and Dodo Ose. This was done during Elementality’s Hip Hop You Don’t Stop event.

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

Ms Teri did the back of the above truck.

Acek

Opposite side of the above by Arose.

One more by Arose.

Nixon

Fone from HSP Crew on opposite side of the above.

Sewer from HSP crew on back of the above.

Killa EF

Grems

Other side of the above truck by Grems.

Fost.

Dodo_Osé on opposite side to the above and Bryan Beyung (back)

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

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

Stare

Scaner on opposite side of the above.

Bonar, Les Hommes De Lettres and Fonki.

Opposide side of the above.

Tayke?

Listen

Otek

‘Reveur’

Inc from SNK.

Hirok

Hirok and House.

House

House

Hitem.

Hitem.

Chris Dyer

Chris Dyer again, back and opposite side of above.

Another one by Chris Dyer.

Waxhead

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

Peru143

Pito and Some.

Opposite side of the above by Killa EF.

Someone from K6A.

Saer from K6A on opposite side of above.

Insa – right side.

Insa – left side.

By Peams.

By someone from CSX, opposite side to the above.

Ashop (commercially printed).

Ashop, back and opposite side (commercially printed).

Scaner

On 9 September 2017 the Montreal graffiti community lost one of its greatest writers, a “king” to use an expression from that world. The news of the death of the artist working under the aliases of Alex Scaner, Scaner or simply Scan, following a long battle with cancer, spread like wildfire.

In his mid-thirties, Scaner was one of Montreal’s first great graffiti artists. In the days following his death, hundreds of writers from Montreal and around the world as well as many street artists took to social media to pay homage and to express their respect for their brother, their chief, their king, the one who had been such a great influence on their own artistic development.

Scaner, alongside his brothers in the KG, DA and TFB crews (to name just a few), has helped shape the Montreal graffiti scene, give it its style and make it shine outside Montreal. Internationally known, he has worked alongside many of the greatest names of Canadian, American and European graffiti. He has also invited many of the best international writers to Montreal, thus creating networks for himself and his artistic family.

In just 20 years, this prolific artist has created hundreds, even thousands of burners, throws and tags. Given the ephemeral nature of the artform many are now gone but, thanks to the internet, they will live on and continue to influence the upcoming generations of graffiti artists. Only time and the elements will gradually chip away at what is left of his art in our streets, alleys, parks, offices, businesses and abandoned buildings, as the artist commands so much respect within the world of graffiti that no one would dare go over his work.

History will remember Scaner. When the negative taboos associated with the vandal origins of this artform drop and art historians study the artists who will have defined our era, Scaner will be remembered as the one who was taken too soon, but still left an immeasurable legacy.

The local and international artistic communities did not wait for Scaner’s passing to recognize his influence and express their love and respect. After the news broke out in the Spring of 2017 that the artist hadn’t much time left, his closest crewmates and friends got together and organized tribute productions (such as Scan You Rock). As well, hundreds of pieces created in Montreal, Toronto, New York, Barcelona, etc. have since been dedicated to him.

Following his departure tributes have been coming in even greater numbers. Scaner may be gone, but his star will go on shining brighter and brighter…

For more information on Scaner and for more photos of his work, check out his personal webpage as well as Facebook, Instagram and Tumblr.

Related posts:
Tributes to Scaner
Scan You Rock tribute wall
Scan You Rock production
Time Is Gold

Scaner tagLe 9 septembre 2017 la scène montréalaise du graffiti perdait un géant, un king, pour utiliser un terme du milieu. La nouvelle du décès de l’artiste connu sous les pseudonymes d’Alex Scaner, de Scaner ou Scan, suite à une longue bataille contre le cancer, s’est répandue comme une onde de choc.

Dans la mi-trentaine, l’artiste était un des premiers très grands noms du graffiti à Montréal. Les jours suivant son décès, des centaines de graffeurs montréalais et internationaux ainsi que plusieurs artistes du milieu du street art sont sortis dans les médias sociaux pour affirmer leur amour, leur respect et leur désarroi face à la perte de leur frère, de leur chef, de leur king, de celui qui avait été une de leurs plus grandes influences.

Scaner, aux côtés de ses frères dans les crews KG, DA ou TFB pour n’en nommer que quelques uns, a contribué à façonner la scène montréalaise du graffiti, à lui donner son style et la faire rayonner hors de Montréal. De notoriété internationale, il a exercé son art aux côtés des plus grands du monde du graff canadien, américain et européen. Il a aussi invité de nombreux graffeurs d’ailleurs à Montréal, établissant de ce fait de nombreux contacts et réseaux pour sa famille artistique.

En tout juste 20 ans, l’artiste prolifique a créé des centaines, voire des milliers de burners, de throws, de tags. Étant donnée la nature éphémère de cette forme d’art plusieurs de ces pièces sont maintenant disparues mais, grâce à l’internet, elles continueront d’influencer les générations de graffeurs à venir. Et il ne fait pas de doute que seul le temps et le climat auront raison de ce qui reste de sa main dans nos rues, ruelles, parcs, bureaux, commerces et édifices abandonnés, puisque l’artiste commande un tel respect que personne du milieu n’oserait repasser sur ses oeuvres.

L’histoire se rappellera de Scaner. Quand les préjugés négatifs dûs aux origines vandales de cette forme d’expression artistique tomberont et que les historiens d’art s’intéresseront aux artistes qui auront marqué notre époque, on se rappellera de Scaner comme celui qui est parti trop tôt mais qui a tout de même laissé un legs immense.

La communauté artistique locale et internationale n’a pas attendu son départ pour reconnaître son influence et lui exprimer son amour et son respect. Depuis que la nouvelle s’est répandue au printemps 2017 qu’il ne lui restait que très peu de temps, elle s’est mobilisée et a mis sur pieds quelques méga-productions (telles que Scan You Rock) en son honneur. De plus, des centaines de pièces créées par ses pairs à Montréal, Toronto, New York, Barcelone, etc., lui ont été dédiées.

Et depuis son départ ces hommages se sont multipliés. Scaner n’est plus, mais son étoile continuera de briller de plus en plus…

Pour plus d’information sur Scaner et pour voir plus de photos de son oeuvre, visitez sa page personnelle ainsi que ses pages Facebook, Instagram et Tumblr.

Articles connexes:
Hommages à Scaner
mur hommage Scan You Rock
production Scan You Rock
Time Is Gold


graffiti pieces

This was Scaner’s final piece. He left only an outline, it was filled in by his brothers in KG, Stare and Zek. Bear on the left is by Harry Bones. From Time Is Gold, Scaner’s last production.

In the Plateau.

This one was done during a block party in Mile End.

In Rosemont.

In upper Plateau.

In Hochelaga.

Scaner’s part in the Scan You Rock jam celebrating him.

In a central Montreal alley.

In upper Plateau.

In Hochelaga.

In upper Plateau.

Next to the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Scaner (left) and Kemr (right) at the Cabot x Gilmore walls.

In Hochelaga.

Monk.e (left), Scaner (right letters) and Axe Lalime (right character) in Hochelaga.

In Rosemont.

Heating up Rosemont.

In a Hochelaga alley.

Rooftop burner in Petite-Patrie.

Well hidden in the Plateau.

Well hidden in the Plateau.

Well hidden in the Plateau.

In upper Plateau.

In Rosemont.

In the gym of an abandoned school.

In the gym of an abandoned school.

This piece dated 2014 was found in Wynwood, Miami.

In Hochelaga.

In NDG.

Scaner (bottom centre), Serak (top), Ether TFB (middle letters), Axe (left characters), and Hsix (right character) contributing to the 2013 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Scaner (top 2) and Hsix (bottom) in a Hochelaga alley.

On an abandoned warehouse.

In a upper Hochelaga back alley.

In Town of Mount Royal.

At the 2015 Chromatic block party.

On Mont-Royal.

Above the LNDMRK offices.

In Ville-Marie. The cats are by Axe.

In Pointe St-Charles.

In Pointe St-Charles.

By train tracks.

Inside an abandoned building.

At the back of an industrial building.

Scaner on wheels.

Another truck side.

Another Scaner on truck. The back of the truck is by Bryan Beyung.

One more truck side.

K-Way promo for the 2016 edition of Mural Festival.

Opposite side of the above truck for K-Way at the 2016 edition of Mural Festival, doing the name of Dodo Osé (who did the back side of the truck).

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

By train tracks.

Graffiti by Feka, Peur and Scaner, with a Lovebot wheatpaste at the top and hissing beasts by Axe.

Scaner (letters) and Axe (creatures) in Petite-Patrie.

Trackside piece in Petite-Patrie.

In a Hochelaga park.

Scaner (writing), Earth Crusher (central character) and Axe (end figures) in an abandoned industrial building.

In Griffintown.

On an abandoned warehouse.

Doing Hoacs‘ name at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

In an abandoned building.

In Mercier.

In a NDG/Côte des Neiges alley.

In a NDG/Côte des Neiges parking space.

In a NDG/Côte des Neiges alley.

In the Plateau.

Another one in the Plateau.

Above Shok in the Plateau.

In Centre-Sud.

Partially taken over by nature in TMR.

In Centre-Sud.

In Old Montreal.

This worn out piece off Clark was covered with something new in 2014.

Scaner in the middle of a wall by Astro and Zeus. The wheatpaste in the middle of all this is from Graffiti Knight.

Right half of a piece in NDG (sorry, left half is missing).

This piece in Rosemont-Petite-Patrie is dated 2004!

On roof edge visible from Papineau.

Another roof edge, this one on St-Laurent.

More rooftop, this one at the abandoned Transco.

More rooftop action at the abandoned Transco.

Next to train tracks in Mile-End. Also visible at the top is a paste-up by Turtle Caps.

In Petite-Patrie.

Under an expressway. Artist at the bottom is unidentified.

Pieces by Scaner and Sewk visible from train tracks in Rosemont.

In Hochelaga.

In Parc-Ex.

Under an overpass in Ville-Marie.

In a Plateau back alley.

On a St-Laurent mid-level roof.

In upper Plateau.

In an abandoned industrial building.

By train tracks.

This throw was found in Barcelona.

In Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga.

Rooftop throw.

In Mile End.

Smak and Scan over St-Laurent.

Stare and Scaner on d’Iberville.

In Mile End.

Same Mile End spot as above.

Some train track work.

In Petite-Patrie.

Under an expressway.

In an abandoned building.

One for the crew in an abandoned building.

On an industrial buiding.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

In Hochelaga.

In Rosemont.

In Pointe St-Charles.

More industrial work.

Throw in Rosemont.

Tag and throwie.

Throwie and tag found inside an abandoned school.

Throwie found inside an abandoned school.

Throwie found inside an abandoned school.

Throwie in Mile End.

On closed restaurant awaiting demolition on Sherbrooke.

In Hochelaga.

Two-for-one throws.

Industrial Hochelaga.

At the abandoned “Jailspot”.

Throw in a Plateau alley next to a piece by Persue dedicated to the man.

In the Plateau.

In the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Trackside in Verdun.

On the Plateau.

In Petite-Patrie.

Fading away in Griffintown. Also visible below is a throw by Awe.


murals and mural pieces

KG crew featuring Scaner and Axe contributing to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Another angle of the above piece for the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Presumably Scaner’s longest commissioned piece, found in a Plateau End alley.

Above piece seen from the other end.

Same alley as above, middle detail.

With Stare in Old Montreal.

Scaner, Stare and Axe in Ville-Marie.

Commissioned work on restaurant sidewall in the Village.

On the abandoned George General d’Auto Reparation.

Plateau back alley.

Sleeping dogs should check their backs, in Griffintown.

In the upper Plateau.

In an alley off St-Laurent.

Above the LNDMRK offices. Also visible is a diamond by Le Diamantaire.

Another one above the LNDMRK offices.

Rooftop twins in upper Plateau.

Scaner (in red and black) interspersed with graffiti by an unidentified writer on an abandoned warehouse in Hochelaga. This is actually a detail, the wall goes on and on like this.