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Top 25 small painted pieces of 2014

This is part two of Wall2WallMTL’s Top 100 Montreal street art of 2014. See also:
part 1: top 25 big murals of 2014
part 3: top 25 pasted 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 petites pièces peintes de 2014 à Montréal. Voir aussi:
1ère partie: top 25 des grandes murales 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 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.


Astro at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Astro has also made it into the top 10 graffiti pieces of 2014.

Jason Botkin‘s contribution to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery (photo © Lisa Sproull, Cult Montreal). Jason has also made it into the top 25 big murals of 2014.

Bonar‘s contribution to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery.

Above 3 photos: Mathieu Connery‘s 10 contributions to the 2014 edition of Mural Festival count as one entry in this Top 25. Displayed here are 3 of the 10, click on latter link for the complete series (photos © Mathieu Connery).

Above 3 photos: Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng. Three specimens are displayed here as one entry, but more exist.

Ether TFB’s contribution to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery.

New York City’s Free5 in Chinatown.

Futur Lasor Now in Griffintown. This artist has also made it into the top 25 big murals of 2014, the top 25 pasted pieces of 2014 and the top 10 stickers of 2014.

Above 2 photos: Graffiti Knight‘s stencilled Darth Vader heads on the sidewalks of the city (two are displayed jere but many more exist in different colours). This artist has also made it into the top 25 pasted pieces of 2014.

Above 2 photos: HoarKor aka HRKR‘s contributions to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery (the frame visible top left is by Ms Teri). Hoarkor has also made it into the top 25 big murals of 2014.

Jaber‘s piece in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Labrona (top) and Gawd (bottom) near the Champs des possibles.

Labrona on St-Laurent door.

Labrona on Duluth door. Labrona has also made it into the top 25 big murals of 2014.

Bryan Keith Lanier‘s unofficial contribution to the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. Lanier has also made it into the top 25 pasted pieces of 2014.

Kevin Ledo‘s contribution to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery. Kevin has also made it into the top 25 big murals of 2014.

Mono Sourcil‘s unofficial contribution to the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Alex Produkt‘s contribution to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery (also visible top left in this shot is a creature is by Citizan). Produkt has also made it into the top 25 big murals of 2014.

Alex Produkt (left) and Tyler K Rauman (right) joint contribution to the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

In 2014 ROC514‘s iconic bird previously seen on stickers and paste-ups was drawn and painted on the walls of alleys of Montreal. Three specimens displayed here as one entry, but more exist.

Stela and Homsik‘s contribution to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery.

SBU One beneath autoroute Ville-Marie.

Tava‘s contribution to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery (photo © Tava). Tava has also made it into the top 25 pasted pieces of 2014.

Laurence Vallières‘ contribution to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery.

Waxhead in a central Montreal alley. Waxhead has also made it into the top 10 stickers of 2014.

Cabane à sucre, a secret art gallery

Over the 12 days leading up to August 29, over 40 artists mostly from Montreal got together and created an open-air art gallery on the walls of the interior courtyard of a three-storey building in the lower Plateau, near the Quartier des Spectacles. The secret project was the brainchild of New York City expat Turtle Caps and was inspired by Surplus Candy, a similar project put together at the end of last year by New York City-based pun-loving street artist Hanksy. The Montreal project was actually titled ‘Cabane à sucre’ as a sweet reference to Hanksy’s Surplus Candy.

Turtle Caps found the space a few months ago and knew that something special could be done with it. He expects the building to be torn down in the near future to make way for new condos and wanted to give it a final makeover – a swan song of sorts. The line-up of artists that he managed to get involved are all friends. Most of them are street artists, but a few had never worked outside or on walls before.

Turtle Caps stresses that he did not want this to be a commercial event, with entrance fee and commemorative DVDs. His intention was to counterbalance the growing influence of certain galleries and key players in the Montreal art scene who are increasingly dictating what’s cool and what’s not. Because it is only accessible through private apartments, the Cabane à sucre gallery will remain a private one, never to be made available to the general public. However, in order to give a bit of publicity to his fellow artists who got involved solely for the love of art and creation, without funding of any kind, he agreed to give media and street art enthusiasts such as myself access to the gallery, by appointment, one day only, on August 29, 2014.

Pendant les 12 jours précédant le 29 août dernier, une quarantaine d’artistes montréalais se sont réunis pour créer une gallerie d’art à ciel ouvert sur les murs de la cour intérieure d’un édifice de 3 étages du bas-Plateau, près du quartier des spectacles. Ce projet secret est l’initiative de l’artiste Turtle Caps, originaire de New York mais très actif à Montréal depuis quelques années. La gallerie a été intitulée ‘Cabane à sucre’, un clin d’oeil à Surplus Candy, un projet similaire monté l’année dernière à New York par l’artiste Hanksy.

Turtle Caps a découvert l’espace en question il y a huit mois and a immédiatement vu son potentiel. Il s’attend à ce que l’édifice soit détruit sous peu pour faire place à de nouveaux condos et voulait lui donner son chant du cygne avant l’arrivée des grues de démolition. Les artistes qui ont répondu à son invitation sont tous des amis. La plupart viennent de la scène street, mais quelques uns n’avaient jamais travaillé à l’extérieur ou sur un mur avant de recevoir l’invitation.

Turtle Caps souligne qu’il ne voulait pas faire du projet un événement commercial, avec prix d’entrée et DVD commémoratif. Son intention était de dénoncer ou de contrebalancer l’influence grandissante de certaines galeries et acteurs de la scène d’art montréalaise dictant ce qui est cool et ce qui ne l’est pas. Parce qu’accessible seulement via des logements privés, la gallerie Cabane à sucre est vouée à demeurer privée et ne sera jamais vue du grand public. Ceci étant dit, afin de redonner un peu de visibilité aux artistes qui se sont impliqués seulement par amour de l’art, sans subvention, il a accepté de donner accès aux médias et aux passionnés de street art, sur rendez-vous seulement, le 29 août 2014.

See also / voir aussi:
Cult Montreal’s exclusive story announcing the media day
Frontispice du journal Métro Montréal, 29 août
Cult Montreal’s image gallery
article on the Fresh Paint blog

General view / vue générale

View from the top floor

Floors 2 and 3, northern wall

Top floor / étage supérieur

En Masse (left), Laurence Vallières (centre), Il Flatcha (right)

The sun is beaming down on QBNYC aka Turtle Caps as he works on the only unfinished piece of the project

Valerie Bastille and Swarm (wall), Alysha Farling (installation).

Ms Teri

Lina Kretzschmar

Sculptures by Laurence Vallières

Alex Produkt, Citizan (top left paste-up) and installation by Alysha Farling.

Pascale Lamoureux-Miron(?)

52Hz, Citizan (bottom right).

Mirabolle, Okies.

Tava (photo © Tava).

Andy Dass (left) and Waxhead (right).

Second floor / 2ième étage

View of northern wall, 2nd floor:
En Masse, Miss Me, Waxhead, Alysha Farling, M. Abstrakt, Oram 79, IAmBatman, Emmanuel Laflamme, Mastrocola

En Masse

Miss Me

Miss Me, Waxhead, Alysha Farling, all framed by M. Abstrakt

M. Abstrakt, Oram 79, IAmBatman, Emmanuel Laflamme.

Mastrocola (wall) and Alysha Farling (installation).

View of eastern wall, 2nd floor:Chris Dyer, MC Baldassari, Labrona

Chris Dyer

Labrona

Miss Me

Miss Me, Alysha Farling (installation at bottom) and Futur Lasor Now

Bonar (with a bit of Fonki on windows).

Miss Me

Xray

Kevin Ledo

Grazyna Adamska-Jarecka

Lily Luciole

Jonathan Himsworth / Stadium Art Movement

Ground floor / niveau sol

View of western wall, ground floor
Axe (back wall), Oram 79 (front) and Laurence Vallières (left at the back). The Oram 79 frame was actually done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

Laurence Vallières

Ether TFB/Benny Wilding

En Masse

Stela (girls) and Homsik (fuzzy creature).

Jason Botkin (photo © Lisa Sproull, Cult Montreal).

Waxhead (this was done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival).

IAmBatman (this was done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival).

HoarKor aka HRKR (part 1/3). Also visible on the left is a frame by Ms Teri which was done during the 2014 edition of Mural Festival.

HoarKor aka HRKR (part 2/3).

HoarKor aka HRKR (part 3/3).

Labrona

Labrona is one of the big names of Montreal’s street art scene. He is often commissionned for murals and other painted work (even outside Montreal) but, as seen in the photo gallery below, he is also quite active unofficially. For much more on the artist than what is shown here (particularly for his non-street work), check out labrona.net as well as his Instagram page.

Labrona est un des grands de la scène montréalaise de street art. Il est souvent embauché pour effectuer des murales et autres oeuvres peintes (même hors de Montréal) mais, tel que vu dans la galerie ci-dessous, une grande part de son oeuvre n’est pas officielle. Pour en voir beaucoup plus que ce qui est présenté ici, jetez un coup d’oeil à labrona.net ainsi qu’à sa page Instagram.


Murals

Collaboration with Kashink (hands) and Caron (wolf/dog) in Little Burgundy.

Collaboration with Gawd in Plateau End.

This one is found in the Quartier Latin. Works by Gawd, Alex Produkt and Bfour were added later at the bottom. On the subject of this mural, check out these in-progress shots.

The bottom strip of the above piece was redone in 2017, all by Labrona this time.

Contribution to the 2013 edition of Mural Festival, on Marie-Anne.

Labrona and Gawd in Griffintow. For better view of details, click on image, then click on ‘view full size’ in bottom right corner, then zoom in and scroll left-right.

In mall/office building on Pie-IX (1/3)

In mall/office building on Pie-IX (2/3)

In mall/office building on Pie-IX (3/3)

2015 group ‘autoportrait’ by:
top row: Shalak from Clandestinos, Jason Botkin, Kevin Ledo, Chris Dyer, Bruno Smoky from Clandestinos
bottom row: Lovebot, Turtle Caps, Linsey Levendall, Marina Capdevila, Labrona, Waxhead, Dave Todaro


Labrona, door 2 door

Labrona (greyscale) and M’Os Geez (green) on a Hochelaga door.

Collaboration with Jaxx aka Jaclyn Martinez.

Collaboration with Jaxx aka Jaclyn Martinez.

For the 2018 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

On a Plateau garage door.

On Plateau End delivery doors.

On Plateau doors.

On a Plateau door from a 2017 memorial jam for Akira.

Labrona (humans) and Gawd (animals) for the 2016 edition of Under Pressure.

In the Plateau.

In the Plateau.

In the Plateau.

In Little Burgundy.

In the Plateau, with Gawd (top).

In the Plateau.

Labrona (top) with Gawd (bottom) on door of some sort of park shed.

Labrona (bottom) with Gawd (left), Other (top right), Alex Produkt (right) and many others on delivery door in Mile End.

On Mile End door.

On Mile End door.

With Gawd on the left on a Mile End back alley door.

On a Mile End back alley door.

Labrona (bottom) with Alex Produkt (top) on door in Plateau alley

Door of an abandoned building in Rosemont.

Same Rosemont door as above, a few years later.

A door in Mile End.

Labrona (bottom) and an artist who requested to remain anonymous (top) on door in alley behind St-Denis.

With Gawd (top) in Petite-Patrie.

With Kim (top) in Petite-Patrie.

Labrona (right) and Mathieu Connery (red vase) in Hochelaga.

Labrona (bird) and Mathieu Connery (in red) in Hochelaga.

In Mile End.

Labrona (top) and Gawd (bottom) near Canal Lachine bike path; photo © Guillaume Couture.

Labrona on door in Mile-End.


Other painted and drawn pieces

For the Surfaces outside artshow.

Mono Sourcil, Labrona, Turtle Caps, Alex Produkt for the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival, Ste-Catherine x Hotel de Ville.

Turtle Caps (left), Mono Sourcil (centre), Labrona (right) for the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival, Ste-Catherine x Hotel de Ville.

Turtle Caps (left), Mono Sourcil (centre) and Labrona (right) for the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival, Ste-Catherine x Hotel de Ville.

Jason Botkin (left) and Labrona (right) in riverside park in the East end.

Sloast (left) and Labrona (right) on a parked train.

Mathieu Connery (left) and Labrona (right) on parked train.

Labrona (left) and M’Os Geez (right) on parked train.

Labrona on parked train.

Labrona (left) and M’Os Geez (right) on parked train.

Another combo with M’Os Geez (left) on a train side.

Painted Labrona pieces on barrels in front of Hochelaga restaurant.

Painted Labrona pieces on barrels in front of Hochelaga restaurant.

Painted Labrona pieces on barrels in front of Hochelaga restaurant.

Painted Labrona pieces on barrels in front of Hochelaga restaurant.

Painted Labrona pieces on barrels in front of Hochelaga restaurant.

For En Masse, detail of larger collective work on a container at métro St-Laurent.

Another detail by Labrona for En Masse on a container at métro St-Laurent.

Labrona for Cabane à sucre secret gallery (a semi-private production in August 2014).

Labrona (left) and Gawd (right) in an abandoned building in Eastern Montreal.

M’Os Geez (bottom left) and Labrona (bottom right) over an old throw and an even older piece by Maj in a Ville-Marie park.

Other (left), Labrona (centre) and Listen (right) in Hochelaga.

Other (left) and Labrona (right) on the door of an electrical/telecom box in Rosemont.

Alex Produkt (left) and Labrona (right).

Labrona (head on the right) and presumably unfinished Mathieu Connery, in Hochelaga.

Labrona (left), Alex Produkt (right; vandalised) plus stickers by 123Klan, Futur Lasor Now, Zola, etc.

Old one on truck side.


Wheatpastes

In Hochelaga.

In Ville-Marie

In Hochelaga.

In Chinatown.

Downtown.

In the Plateau.

In the Plateau.

In the Plateau.

In the Plateau.

On St-Laurent.

In a Plateau back alley.

In central Montreal.

In Petite-Patrie.

In the Plateau.

Downtown.

In Petite-Patrie.

In Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga.

In a Plateau back alley.

Downtown.

In Chinatown.

In Hochelaga.

In a Plateau alley.

Downtown.

In the Quartier des Spectacles.

In a Plateau alley.

On the Main.

In Hochelaga, with letters by Lorem Ipsum aka Garbage Beauty above.

In Hochelaga.

In a Plateau alley.

Downtown.

In the Quartier Latin.

With Mono Sourcil, in the Quartier Latin.

With Mono Sourcil, in Centre-sud.

In a Plateau alley.

In the Plateau.

Collaboration with Enriqueta Arias in the Plateau.

With Gawd above, in the Plateau.

In the Plateau.

With Gawd on the left, in a Plateau back alley.

In a Plateau back alley.

In a Plateau back alley.

In a Plateau back alley.

In a Plateau back alley.

In a Plateau back alley.

In Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga.

In Hochelaga. Also visible on the left is an older drawing by Lapin.

In Hochelaga.

In Centre-Sud.

Top left, with older pieces by Swarm (bottom left) and Stela (bottom right). In Hochelaga Maisonneuve.

Collaboration with Kat (left) found in Centre-Sud.

Collaboration with Kat (left) found in Centre-Sud.

Same spot as above, but Labrona alone this time.

More at the same spot, this time with Danica Olders on the right.

Poster in Hochelaga.

In the Plateau.

Gawd (Left) and Labrona (right) in Hochelaga.

Gawd (Left) and Labrona (right) in Hochelaga (photo © Labrona).

With Gawd (right) in the Plateau.

With Gawd (top) in Plateau End.

In Hochelaga.

Labrona (left) and Mono Sourcil (right) next to UQAM.

Labrona (left) and Mono Sourcil (right) in the village.

Labrona (left) and Mono Sourcil (right) in Centre-Sud.

Labrona (left) and Mono Sourcil (right) in the same Centre-Sud spot as above but about a year later.

Mono Sourcil (left) and Labrona (right) in Hochelaga.

Mono Sourcil (top) and Labrona (bottom) downtown.

Mono Sourcil (left) and Labrona (right) wheatpastes on Clark.

Mono Sourcil (top) and Labrona (bottom) wheatpastes, plus drawing by Cryote (at the time representing the then Wzrds Gng).

Wheatpaste found in St-Henri.

Wheatpastes by Labrona (top) and Laurence Vallières (bottom) in St-Henri.

Labrona (bottom), Mono Sourcil (top right) and Scaner (center left) wheatpastes on door in alley between St-Laurent and Clark. Also visible in top left corner is a sticker for Decolonizing Street Art.

Labrona (top) and Mono Sourcil (bottom) wheatpastes in the Plateau.

Wheatpastes by Labrona (left) and Mono Sourcil (right) with stickers by Graffiti Knight, Turtle Caps and Il Flatcha at the top, on St-Dominique delivery door.

Labrona (right) and Laurence Vallières (left) wheatpastes (photo © Guillaume Couture).

Mono Sourcil (left) and Labrona (right) wheatpastes in the Quartier des Spectacles.

Mono Sourcil (left) and Labrona (right) wheatpastes in the Quartier Latin.

In Hochelaga.

Various wheatpastes on the boarded up Club Sandwich for the 2016 edition of the MTL En Arts festival.


Métro Jarry ceilings of rain shelter

(Mu project 2013-2014)

This project was started during the summer of 2013 and 3 of the 4 ceilings were finished before winter set in. The last ceiling was done early in 2014 and the columns in the autumn of 2014.

View of the rain shelter from one end, before the birds were added to the columns.

View of the rain shelter from the other end, before the birds were added to the columns.

View of the ceiling finished in 2014.

One the ceilings completed in 2013.

One the ceilings completed in 2013.

One the ceilings completed in 2013.

Column sides.

Column sides.

Column sides.

Column sides.


Stickers and small paste-ups

Small paste-up.

Small paste-up.

Old stickers.

Door 2 door Montreal

Painted, pasted over, stencilled, tagged, here are over 100 great doors found in Montreal, in as many different styles as possible. Pieces are shown in approximate reverse chronological order, so the most recent are at the top. Click on any image to see in full size, and enjoy!

If you like this post, you may also want to check out Door 2 door Montreal – Garage edition.

Peintes, collées, faites au pochoir, taggées, voici plus de 100 belles portes de styles très différents trouvées à Montréal. Les pièces sont présentées en ordre chronologique inverse approximatif, de la plus récente à la plus vieille. Cliquez sur les images pour voir en grand format, et bon porte à porte!

Si vous aimez cet article, vous êtes invités à jeter un coup d’oeil à Door 2 door Montreal – édition garage.


Wheatpaste by Tutanka in Mile-Ex.

Zola wheatpaste in Parc-Ex.

Wheatpaste by CSRK514 in a Plateau back alley.

Wheatpaste by Nether410 in Petite-Patrie.

Labrona (greyscale) and M’Os Geez (green) on a Hochelaga door.

Labrona (bottom) and Jaxx aka Jaclyn Martinez (top) in Petite-Patrie.

Labrona (bottom) and Jaxx aka Jaclyn Martinez (top) in Petite-Patrie.

Wheatpastes by le Renard Fou in Mile End.

Labrona for the 2018 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Paulie Heart for the 2018 edition of the Under Pressure Festival. It may not look like a door at first, but if you look closely you can see the hinges.

Alex Produkt for the 2018 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

542 for the 2018 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Zola wheatpaste in Hochelaga.

Wheatpaste by Elsol25 in central Montreal.

Wheatpaste by Elsol25 in central Montreal, with drips by Mavi.

Waxhead on a central Montreal door.

Lost Claws wheatpaste in Little Italy.

Macadam Monkey on door in a graffiti alley

Waxhead in Pointe St-Charles.

Wheatpaste by CSRK514 in central Montreal.

Sara Erenthal on a Plateau door.

Labrona wheatpaste on the main.

Sloast (character), Melis (purple tag) and more on a Plateau alley door.

Labrona wheatpaste on a on door in a Plateau alley.

Zola wheatpaste in Petite-Patrie.

Francisco Garcia wheatpaste in Mile End.

Rage5 wheatpaste in Hochelaga.

Shelley Miller icing art, over an old wheatpaste by an unidentified artist, downtown.

Sloast on the back door of a central Montreal business.

Adida Fallen Angel on and in between 2 doors for the 2017 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Striker for the 2017 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Waxhead in Old Montreal.

Labrona on a Plateau door for a 2017 memorial jam for Akira.

Gawd (above) and Labrona (below) wheatpastes found in the Plateau.

Elsol25 wheatpaste in a Plateau door frame.

Elsol25 wheatpaste on a Plateau door.

Elsol25 wheatpaste on a Plateau door.

Elsol25 wheatpaste on a Plateau door.

Labrona wheatpaste in a Plateau back alley

Wheatpastes by Le Renard Fou in Mile End.

Labrona wheatpaste in a Plateau alley.

Swarm wheatpaste on a Plateau door.

Labrona wheatpaste on a Plateau alley door.

Alex Produkt in Mile End.

Alex Produkt in Plateau End.

Waxhead on a Plateau End door.

Waxhead on a Plateau End door.

Kat wheatpaste behind bars.

Deuxben de Rennes wheatpaste in the Plateau.

Germdee in a Plateau alley.

Germdee (left) and unidentified artist (right) at Plaza Walls.

Collaboration between Germdee and Mono Sourcil on the Plaza.

Germdee at Plaza Walls.

Sloast in a graffiti alley.

Labrona (humans) and Gawd (animals) for the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Miss Me wheatpaste in Little Burgundy.

Mono Sourcil‘s contribution to the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

M’Os Geez‘s contribution to the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Ocboo23? in the Quartier des Spectacles.

Mademoiselle Kat wheatpaste in the Plateau.

Stela on the door in a Hochelaga alley.

Waxhead in the Plateau.

L7M in the Cité du Multimédia.

Le Renard Fou wheatpaste in Petite-Patrie.

Enzo Sarto wheatpaste in the Plateau.

Waxhead on St-Laurent.

Lovebot over a set of alley doors in central Montreal.

Le Renard Fou wheatpaste in the Plateau.

Zola wheatpaste on door in a Hochelaga alley.

Waxhead on St-Laurent.

Waxhead on St-Laurent.

Carlito Dalceggio in the South West.

Earth Crusher on Mont-Royal West.

Labrona in the Plateau.

Shane Watt in Petite-Patrie.

Ozmos in the Plateau.

Wheatpastes by unidentified artist, in Hochelaga.

Miss Me wheatpaste in St-Henri. Also visible bottom right is a small paste by Zu.

Miss Me wheatpaste found in the Plateau.

Le Renard Fou wheatpastes.

Stikki Peaches wheatpastes in Old Montreal.

Cousin_It wheatpaste in central Montreal.

Cousin_It wheatpaste in central Montreal.

Cousin_It wheatpaste in central Montreal.

Deep in a graffiti alley.

Christian Guemy wheatpaste for the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Ktvert in a Plateau alley.

Enzo Sarto wheatpaste on the corner door of the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Enzo Sarto wheatpaste on a St-Dominique door.

Dookie stencil.

Stikki Peaches wheatpaste with friends’ stickers, off Laurier.

Stikki Peaches wheatpaste with friends’ stickers, off Laurier.

Zen in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

A wood-up by XRAY found in Hochelaga.

Wheatpaste by Zola.

LMNOPI wheatpaste in St-Henri.

Ben from Le Monstr and LSNR in the Quartier des Spectacles.

Scaner in the Fashion District.

Waxhead in central Montreal.

LMNOPI wheatpaste, paste-ups by Red Bandit (top left) and Swarm (bottom), in Mile Ex. All these artists were associated with Decolonizing Street Art at the time of creation.

Tava wheatpaste in the Fashion District.

One of Miss Me‘s contributions to the Cabane à sucre secret gallery.

Laurence Vallières at the Cabane à sucre secret gallery.

Lapin and/or Maddog for the 2014 edition of Under Pressure.

Minimalism, presumably by Zaki.

Miss Me wheatpaste near St-Laurent.

Queer Sprayers (EHT, Zilch, Sad Punx, Listen; plus paste-up by Swarm). In Plateau End.

Waxhead for a Plateau business.

Alec Monopoly on a door in the Cité du Multimédia.

Wheatpastes by Enzo & Nio (middle), Miss Me (left) and ROC514 (birds) on and around the door of the George General d’Auto Reparation.

Labrona on St-Laurent.

Labrona near St-Laurent.

Zilon for Mural Festival (detail of a bigger project).

Unidentified artist in the Plateau.

Labrona on Duluth.

(presumably, to be confirmed) Stikki Peaches wheatpaste in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Tava wheatpaste in Mile End.

WhatIsAdam wheatpaste in Plateau End.

Swaz in the Plateau.

Alex Produkt in a Plateau alley.

Labrona in the South West.

Alex Produkt (top), Cryote (bottom left) and, presumably, Waxhead (bottom right) in a Plateau alley.

Stikki Peaches wheatpaste.

Unidentified artist, a detail from a larger wall from the 2013 edition of Under Pressure.

Miss Me wheatpaste found in Mile End, with many stickers from various artists.

Two regular doors and a carriage door set by Waxhead over Mastrocola background on a Plateau house.

Gawd in Mile End.

Unidentified artist on a Plateau door.

Mateo stencil.

En Masse, detail of a larger work on St-Laurent.

Letter piece by Scaner, a detail from a bigger wall in the Plateau.

Clever Octopus in the Plateau.

Unidentified artist in the Plateau.

Vesk in the Plateau.

Mathieu Connery and Carlito Dalceggio next to Théâtre St-Denis.