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Bonar

To see much more than what this spotlight features, and because most of Bonar’s best street work was done outside Montreal, check out olivierbonnard.com as well as his Instagram page.

Pour en voir plus que ce que ce profil de l’artiste Bonar présente, et parce qu’il est très actif hors de Montréal, vous êtes invités à visiter olivierbonnard.com ainsi que sa page Instagram.


In Rosemont.

In Petite-Patrie.

Temporary wall in the Village.

At the back of a downtown pub. This is Bonar’s second wall at this spot, scroll down for his first.

With Opire on the side of a Plateau house awaiting demolition.

Bonar on the left and Mathieu Connery on the right, for the Van Horne Station block party.

Rooftop piece over St-Laurent.

With Opire for the 2015 edition of Chromatic.

Bonar and Opire‘s contribution to the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Bonar on character and Les hommes de lettres on calligraphy.

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

For the 2014 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Bonar (above) and Birdo (unfortunately partially obstructed) in a McGill Ghetto alley.

Bonar on wall, Algue (door, first garage) and Nixon (second garage).

At the back of a downtown pub. This is Bonar’s first wall at this spot, scroll up for his second.

Bonar’s wall for the 2013 edition of Mural Festival.

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Mural Festival 2016

This article features the new murals created during the 2016 edition of Mural Festival as well as the other temporary art found on the site (St-Laurent between Sherbrooke and Mont-Royal) while it was closed to traffic (June 9th to 19th).

Five earlier Festival murals have been replaced with new ones this year. These are the sponsored one by Bicicleta Sem Freio and the 4-Tin mural from the 2015 edition, the Alexis Diaz one from the 2014 edition, the LNY mural from the 2013 edition, as well as the A’Shop mural done last autumn because the wall was not ready on time for last year’s edition.

You may want to check out this walking tour map connecting all Mural Festival creations and other major murals in the area. It starts from ‘mural central’ behind the LNDMRK offices, goes 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. Better yet, Take A 360° Tour of the murals or download the tour in virtual reality for Oculus Rift Dk2 or Samsung Gear VR.

Cet article présente les nouvelles murales créées dans le cadre de l’édition 2016 du Festival Mural ainsi que les oeuvres temporaires trouvées sur le site (St-Laurent entre Sherbrooke et Mont-Royal) pendant la tenue de l’événement (9 au 19 juin).

Cinq murales ont été remplacées par de nouvelles cette année: celles de Bicicleta Sem Freio et de 4-Tin produites pour l’édition 2015, celle d’Alexis Diaz produite dans le cadre de l’édition 2014, celle de LNY datant de l’édition 2013 ainsi que la murale commanditée d’A’Shop produite l’automne dernier sur un mur qui n’était pas prêt à temps pour le festival.

Vous êtes invités à jeter un coup d’oeil à cet itinéraire pédestre connectant toutes les murales produites dans le cadre de toutes les éditions du Festival ainsi que les autres créations majeures dans le même quartier. Le tour débute à la ‘place des murales’ derrière les bureaux de LNDMRK, monte vers le nord le long de St-Dominique et le côté est de St-Laurent, puis redescend 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. Encore mieux: Prenez Un Tour 360° des murales, ou téléchargez le tour en réalité virtuelle pour Oculus Rift Dk2 ou Samsung Gear VR.


the murals

Five Eight

Fonki; see also the ‘installations’ section below for more by Fonki.

See a brief making of video of the above Fonki piece by Greg Pistol.

XRAY

D*Face

Meggs

Pantone; see also the ‘installations’ section below for more by Pantone.

Buff Monster

Bik Ismo

Mateo; see also the ‘installations’ section below for more by Mateo.

Hsix

Jonathan Bergeron

Klone Yourself

Natalia Rak. The lower part on the right is by C5 aka Charlie Johnston, see next photo.

C5 aka Charlie Johnston was not officially on the festival programme but he extended Natalia Rak’s mural with the same theme (see above) with these two walls.

Ms Teri

See a brief making of video of the above Ms Teri piece by Greg Pistol.

Grems‘ mural is on a rooftop.

Acidum Project (1/2). This duo actually did two pieces, see next for the other one.

Acidum Project (2/2) This duo actually did two pieces, see above for the other one.

Roadsworth‘s contribution was not a mural, but a street piece for Amnesty International Canada FR. This is almost impossible to photograph from ground level so I’m showing this photo © Roadsworth. See next for close-up

Detail of Roadsworth‘s street piece see above.


Jason Botkin’s sidewalk pieces

Jason Botkin contributed 10 sidewalk pieces inside the festival zone. Here they are, in order of creation.

Jason Botkin a créé 10 pièces sur trottoir dans la zone du festival. Les voici, présentées en ordre de création.


installations and other artistic works

Maser‘s installation is a makeover of the St-Laurent metro station. This is a frontal view, see next for a side view.

Side view of the above St-Laurent metro station makeover by Maser. See above for a frontal view.

Besides his mural (scroll up to the ‘murals’ section above to view), Pantone also contributed this installation.

Fafi

After completing his mural (scroll up to the ‘murals’ section above to view), Mateo took over the four sides of this bus with his stencils and wheatpastes (photo 1/3; see below for more).

Photo 2/3 of this bus makeover by Mateo.

Photo 3/3 of this bus makeover by Mateo.

This K-way truck was redone by Scaner (sides) and Dodo Osé (back; view below).

The back end of the above truck was done by Dodo Osé.

The opposite side of the above truck was done by Scaner doing the name of Dodo Osé.

Chris Dyer on truck side. See below for back.

Chris Dyer on back of truck. See above for side.

Kat put together this selfie booth/installation with the aim of bringing awareness to animal rights. This is photo 1/5, scroll down for more.

Photo 2/5 of the above installation by Kat.

Photo 3/5 of the above installation by Kat.

Photo 4/5 of the above installation by Kat.

Photo 5/5 of the above installation by Kat.

Before getting started on his mural (scroll up to the ‘murals’ section above to view) Fonki warmed up with this smaller piece on board.

Unofficial piece on shutters by Omen within the Mural Festival zone.

On the final day of the festival Mark Jenkins came up with this installation which he installed on the roof edge above the LNDMARK / Station 16 offices.

Jonathan Bergeron also came up with this little piece on a tree stump next to his mural (scroll up to the ‘murals’ section above to view the mural).


information boards

Every year the backs of the Festival’s many information boards are painted by a selection of mostly local artists, a great way to showcase a lot of additional Montreal talent. Included in here are a few “your face here” boards also found here and there on site for the enjoyment of kids and adults.

A chaque année le revers des panneaux d’information du Festival sont peints par divers artistes locaux, une excellent initiative permettant de présenter une grande quantité de talent montréalais. Cette section inclut aussi quelques panneaux dans lesquels les enfants et adultes peuvent insérer leur visage et se prendre en photo.

Futur Lasor Now

Turtle Caps

HRKR

HRKR

Mono Sourcil

Mono Sourcil

MC Baldassari

Alex Produkt

Rouks

Naimo

Naimo

Germdee

C5 aka Charlie Johnston

Hot Sluts’n’Poutine

Hot Sluts’n’Poutine

SBU One

Mathieu Connery

Mastrocola

Tyler K Rauman

Zoltan V

Zoltan V

Biko

Biko

One Ton

One Ton

Wzrds Gng

IAmBatman

IAmBatman

Leyla

New murals and other painted works September 2015

Here’s a photo gallery of the new murals and other painted works of smaller scale finished during the month of September. Separate articles were just published featuring new pasted works (wheatpastes, stickers, etc) and new graffiti. If you want to see new works as soon as I photograph them, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les nouvelles murales ainsi que les autres pièces peintes de plus petite taille terminées au cours du mois de septembre. Les nouvelles oeuvres collées (collages, autocollants, etc) ainsi que les nouveautés graffiti font l’objet d’articles à part. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


Stare mural in the Plateau.

Earth Crusher for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party.

Bonar (left) and Mathieu Connery (right) for the VHS – Van Horne Station block party. Unfortunately the piece created by Jeremy Shantz next to these two was vandalised before I had a chance to photograph it.

HoarKor aka HRKR in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie for the Tandem program of that borough. This is a very big mural, click on image to view bigger.

HoarKor aka HRKR in Mile End.

HoarKor aka HRKR inside delivery entrance in the Plateau.

More HoarKor aka HRKR at the same spot as above.

Knorke Leaf at the same spot as above.

Labrona on door at the same spot as above.

Stadium Art Movement aka Jonathan Himsworth (bottom) and Il Flatcha (on wooden beam) at the same spot as above, part 1/3.

Stadium Art Movement aka Jonathan Himsworth (bottom) and Il Flatcha (on wooden beam) at the same spot as above, part 2/3.

Stadium Art Movement aka Jonathan Himsworth (bottom) and Il Flatcha (on wooden beam) at the same spot as above, part 3/3.

Yolacocacola on house front next to the above spot.

More Yolacocacola on the same house as above.

Waxhead just redid the doors to the old coach entrance of the above house.

Waxhead on skateboard wedged into the railings of the above house.

This Duluth house front was just given its bi- or tri-annual face lift. The piece at the top by Gawd has been there for many years now, but the Waxhead piece in the bottom half is new. You can see the evolution of the front of his house by visiting the Waxhead spotlight at the latter link.

Maliciouz in Mile End.

The AG Crew in Petite-Patrie.

Earth Crusher (character) and Five Eight (letters) in Plateau End. The letters spell the name of Soma as a sign of respect for going over the latter writer’s spot.

Another more basic version of the Earth Crusher character was done at ground level on the door leading to the above rooftop piece.

Mateo in Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie.

New A’Shop mural featuring Zek, Fluke and Benny Wilding, sponsored by Pasqua Wines.

Carlito Dalceggio in the South West.

The back door of the building with the Carlito Dalceggio mural above features a bit of extra work by the same artist.

Cyndie Belhumeur for the Tandem program of the Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie borough. Click to enlarge and check out details.

Zek, Fiuser, Simo and Swarm in the Plateau.

NK410 in Petite-Patrie.

K6A‘s Fleo and Dodo Ose on side of truck. 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.

Lyfer and Bosny on side of truck. 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.

Back side of the above by Opire.

MSHL in Pointe St-Charles. Above it are older throwies by Bank and Owk.

This very long piece was done by Arose on the board wall of a St-Laurent street construction site. Click on image to view bigger, or see individual details below.

Detail 1/3 of the above wall by Arose.

Detail 2/3 of the above wall by Arose.

Detail 3/3 of the above wall by Arose.

Unknown artist in Plateau/McGill ghetto alley.

Sutram in Plateau/McGill ghetto alley.

Ardua in Plateau/McGill ghetto alley (unfortunately tagged over before I had a chance to take a photo).

Shane Watt on garage door in Petite-Patrie.

Shane Watt on garage door in Petite-Patrie.

Shane Watt on doors in Petite-Patrie.

Shane Watt on door (left) and sign (right) in Petite-Patrie.

Wonez(?) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Algue on concrete block in abandoned lot in HoMa.


stencils

Three different stencils on sidewalk by G.Knight.

Stencil by Dookie3 in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Stencil by Dookie3 in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Stencil by Dookie3 in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.


figurative tagging

Naps (left) and Stela (right)

Stela (left) and Selena Gomez (right)

unidentified artist, many variations exist

New street art June-July 2015

This post features works which appeared in the streets of Montreal in June and the first week of July 2015 (and that I was lucky enough to catch, of course). Our artists have been very busy and a lot of others were in town for Mural Festival, so this post is another big one! Graffiti was left out, there’s so much of it that it deserves its own separate post.

Cet article présente des oeuvres apparues dans les rues de Montréal en juin et pendant la première semaine de juillet 2015 (ce que j’ai eu la chance de trouver, bien sur). Nos artistes ont été très occupés et plusieurs autres de l’extérieur étaient en ville pour le Festival Mural, cet article est donc très chargé! Les pièces de graffiti seront traitées dans un article séparé.


painted and drawn

Axe and Oser aka Dodo Ose for K6A in St-Henri.

Earth Crusher for K6A in St-Henri (next to above).

Monk.e for K6A in St-Henri (next to above).

Unidentified artist for K6A in St-Henri (next to above).

Otak, Fleo and Oser aka Dodo Ose for K6A in St-Henri (next to above).

Fleo (left), Cens (right) and Cassandra Leigh D for K6A in Old Montreal .

Axe for K6A in Old Montreal (next to above).

SBU One in Old Montreal (next to above).

Unidentified artist in Old Montreal (next to above).

Unidentified artist in Old Montreal (next to above).

This is a close-up of the piece shown in the image above. Click image to see details of this piece’s incredible texture.

Tava in Little Italy.

Astro on container in Plateau park (other sides below).

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

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

Monk.e in HoMa next to Mono Sourcil piece below.

Mono Sourcil in HoMa next to Monk.e piece above.

Mono Sourcil in the Plateau.

Mono Sourcil in HoMa.

The Chris Dyer piece (left) done last month for Chromatic 2015 has since been ‘extended’ with contribution from his brother Peru143 (top right) and MSHL (bottom right).

Around the corner from the above is a contribution by Wastoidz (Peru143‘s ‘crew’) and George S Blott. A bit of the MSHL from the other side is also visible bottom left).

Same location as above, George S Blott piece wrapped around an older Lovebot wheatpaste on the building’s chimney.

Benny Wilding with Hsix in the Plateau.

New Mathieu Connery piece over an old one from last year’s Mural Festival.

Another new Mathieu Connery piece over an old one from last year’s Mural Festival.

Mange Le Krak on Rachel. Also visible on the door are wheatpastes by Miss Me and Kafka, and lots of stickers.

MSHL near the PSC legal graffiti wall in Pointe St-Charles.

Lovebot (right) and presumably Grominator (left) on St-Marc. The Lovebot portion was vandalised before I could photograph this wall, so I’m showing this photo © PiaMTL.

Piece by Ali on the ground in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Mr Chose is taking over the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen, literally.

Mr Chose on bin at legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

El Moot Moot on front of Plateau house.

Timmy Drift (left) and Swarm (right) on train in Petite Patrie.

Painted sidewalks on de Castelnau.

Painted sidewalks on de Castelnau.

Painted sidewalks on de Castelnau.

Fasi (left) and Naia (right) beneath expressway.

Many new occurrences of Phantom Cat have popped up here and there in central Montreal.

This is actually from slightly earlier than the period covered within this blog post, but I thought it was a one-off joke until I found more. Artist unknown.

More by the above unidentified artist.


wheatpastes

A giant new piece by Stikki Peaches in the fashion district.

Stikki Peaches with Dain from NYC in Plateau/Mile End.

Turtle Caps is back in action. The piece on the left appears to be new, at least for Montreal, while the other one is not. Many other previously seen designs by this artist have been pasted around the Plateau and Mile End in the same week.

Finally some new Miss Me, with Turtle Caps in Mile End.

Poster by Enzo Sarto and Jilly Ballistic in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

More from Le Renard Fou that did not make it into my previous post.

Lovebot wheatpaste which has probably been pasted in Toronto, but this was new for Montreal.

Poster mural by Chat Perdu. Sorry, this is hard to photograph in good quality; click on image to view bigger.

Poster by Chat Perdu.

Pasted poster by Madame Gilles.

Large paste-up version of a previously seen sticker by Swarm. Also visible on its left is a new sticker by Loks.

Paste-up by Swarm. Other variations have been found. Also visible is a slightly older sticker by Clovis.

New ‘dripping’ version of a paste-up by Starkey.

Paste-up by unidentified artist.


wood-ups, wood cut-outs

Huge wood cut-out created by XRAY for the MTL En Arts event. This piece was interactive as people would mount the skateboard to be photographed as if they were being pulled by the revving ship.

Collective wood-up featuring Starkey‘s Wabbit (top), anonymous (middle left), Waxhead (middle right), Kind (bottom left) and IAmBatman (bottom right)

At the speed rabbits reproduce, it’s no surprise that Starkey‘s Wabbits are evolving.

Another one by Starkey, this one in alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Unidentified artist over wooden piece.


Garbage Beauty

July 1st is moving day in Montreal, which means a lot of old furniture left on the sidewalks and a lot more opportunities for Garbage Beauty to do their thing. Below is just a small fraction of what they did in our streets in the past few weeks. Their best work does not remain outside very long before it gets picked up and given a new home (or the same home from whence it came!).

Le 1er juillet est jour de déménagement à Montréal, donc beaucoup de vieux meubles se retrouvent sur les trottoirs et deviennent canevas pour Garbage Beauty. Seulement une infime fraction de ce que Garbage Beauty a fait au cours des dernières semaines est présenté ici. Le meilleur de leur travail ne reste pas sur les trottoirs très longtemps avant d’être récupéré par de nouveaux (et parfois les anciens) propriétaires.


stencils

Unidentified artist in St-Henri.

Unidentified artist in St-Henri.


stickers

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

ROC514

G.Knight

Collaboration between Waxhead and El Moot Moot.

As above, different colours.

As above, different colours.

Collaboration between Waxhead and El Moot Moot.

As above, different colours.

As above, different colours.

El Moot Moot

El Moot Moot

Loks.

Lovebot

Shifty Cat has come up with many new stickers.

More Shifty Cat.

More Shifty Cat.

New sticker by WhatIsAdam.

New sticker by WhatIsAdam.

MC Baldassari (left) and Caratoes (right) both contributed walls to the most recent edition of Mural Festival but they also left their stickers.

Many handmade stickers by Free Willy appeared all over central Montreal and beyond. Above and below is a selection of what I found. Free Willy tags have also been spotted.

More Free Willy.

More Free Willy.

More Free Willy (left). Night Fairy (right).

Two Sev.

Stickers by Deux Ben (left, tall white creature) and Tits(?) (right).

Unknown artists.

Mural Festival 2015

This article features the new murals created during the 2015 edition of Mural Festival as well as the other temporary art found on the site (St-Laurent between Sherbrooke and Mont-Royal) while it was closed to traffic. Missing is the mural planned by XRAY which was cancelled because of miscommunications with the owner of the wall originally assigned to the artist.

Only four earlier Festival murals have been replaced with new ones this year. These are the sponsored one by Kashink and the 123Klan mural from the 2014 edition, as well as the Omen and Caron murals from the 2013 edition. Last year’s RR & DB wheatpaste mural which had been destroyed by rain and winter was already gone; the space was therefore already freed up for something new. The Cyrcle mural from 2014 is also gone, that wall had to be rebuilt and it has not (yet) been covered with a new mural.

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. Better yet, Take A 360° Tour of the murals or download the tour in virtual reality for Oculus Rift Dk2 or Samsung Gear VR.

Cet article présente les nouvelles murales créées dans le cadre de l’édition 2015 du Festival Mural ainsi que les oeuvres temporaires trouvées sur le site (St-Laurent entre Sherbrooke et Mont-Royal). Il ne manque que la murale de XRAY qui n’a pas été produite suite à une confusion concernant la disponibilité du mur réservé pour cet artiste.

Seulement 4 murales ont été remplacées par de nouvelles cette année: celles de Kashink et du 123 Klan produites dans le cadre de l’édition 2014 ainsi que celles d’Omen et de Caron datant de l’édition 2013. La murale avec collage par RR & DB datant de l’an dernier était déjà détruite par la pluie et l’hiver. Cet espace était donc déjà disponible pour recevoir une nouvelle oeuvre. La murale de Cyrcle produite l’année dernière est aussi disparue, mais elle n’a pas été remplacée, le mur étant en cours de réparation.

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. Encore mieux: Prenez Un Tour 360° des murales, ou téléchargez le tour en réalité virtuelle pour Oculus Rift Dk2 ou Samsung Gear VR.


The walls / les murs

Bicicleta Sem Freio

Nychos

2Alas

Monk.e

Axel Void

Astro (wall 1/2)

Astro (wall 2/2)

Benny Wilding

Jaz

Melissa Del Pinto

Earth Crusher for A’Shop

MC Baldassari

Opire and Bonar

Elian

Curiot

Eric Clément

4-Tin

Faith47

Jarus; visible at the bottom are throw-ups by Hirok and House, done with the blessing of the artist to remind people of the roots of street art as well as to prevent taggers from using that space

C-215 (these are actually painted wheatpastes; photo on the right is © PiaMTL)

Caratoes (unofficial contribution) behind the LNDMRK offices.


Mathieu Connery

Mathieu Connery has been painting his abstract pieces on the sidewalks of St-Laurent since the first edition of Mural Festival. This year he came up with two new pieces and restored a few of the ones from last year which had faded. In the weeks following the end of the festival, he transformed a few of the fading 2014 creations.

Mathieu Connery a peint un certain nombre de pièces abstraites sur les trottoirs de St-Laurent pour chaque édition du Festival Mural. Cette année il a créé deux nouvelles pièces et rafraichit certaines de l’an dernier qui étaient en voie de disparaitre. Dans les semaines qui ont suivi la tenue du festival, il a adapté quelques pièces de 2014 qui étaient en voie de disparaître.

2015 creation

2015 creation

2015 re-interpretation of fading 2014 creation.

2015 re-interpretation of fading 2014 creation.


Information boards / panneaux info

A number of (mostly) local artists covered the backs of the festival’s information boards with their art. These information boards were found interspresed at regular intervals between Mont-Royal and Sherbrooke.

Des artistes en grande majorité de Montréal ont recouvert le revers des panneaux d’information du festival avec leur art. Ces panneaux étaient positionnés ici et là le long du site, entre Mont-Royal et Sherbrooke.

Waxhead (left) and Alex Produkt (right)

Stela (left) and Lulu107 (right)

Didi aka Diana Contreras (left) and Amanda Valdes (right)

Cryote (left) and Gives (right) who at the time represented the Wzrds Gng.

WZRDS GNG

Grimjob69 aka Michael Shantz (left) and someone from the WZRDS GNG (right)

Vicky Filiault (left) and Sake (right)

Stadium Art Movement aka Jonathan Himsworth


Installations, etc.

The rest area this year was painted by Beeforeo aka Bfour.

Waxhead, angle 1/3

Waxhead, angle 2/3

Waxhead, angle 3/3

Oram 79

Isaac Holland side 1/2

Isaac Holland side 2/2

IAmBatman

IAmBatman

IAmBatman

IAmBatman

IAmBatman

IAmBatman

IAmBatman

IAmBatman

work-in-progress by Fonki

work-in-progress by Chris Dyer

hand-painted by Chris Dyer

bus painted by Bryan Beyung and Five Eight (side 1/2)

bus painted by Bryan Beyung and Five Eight (side 2/2)

New street art April-May 2015

Here’s a rundown of new street art having appeared on our streets in the past few weeks. This post covers painted murals and pieces, wheatpastes, stickers, stencils and wood-ups. A post dedicated to recent graffiti pieces should be published here within a few days.

Voici une galerie-photo présentant les nouveautés sous forme de murales et petites pièces peintes, collages, autocollants, pochoirs, etc apparues dans nos rues au cours des dernières semaines. Un article à part couvrant les pièces de graffiti sera publié d’ici quelques jours.


murals and smaller painted pieces

Waxhead on St-Laurent, one step ahead of the upcoming Mural Festival.

Graffiti mural by Stare [NME] on St-Dominique.

Gives and Cryote representing the Wzrds Gng in the alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Mastrocola and Mijares on Laval.

Monk.e at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Also visible at the top is an old wheatpaste by Lovebot.

The first of Mathieu Connery‘s nine sidewalk pieces for the 2015 edition of Mural Festival.

Lovebot in Rosemont (already painted over).

The Grominator from Vancouver (already painted over).

The Grominator near St-Laurent.

We’ve had stickers and small pieces by El Moot Moot, but this is a small ‘mural’.

Another ‘mural’ from El Moot Moot, this one found in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Nixon in Rosemont.

Rouks (left) and Scaner (right) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Rouks (bottom) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

SBU One at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Biko in HoMa.

Jest in HoMa.

Unidentified artist in abandoned Mile End shed.

Zen or Ben in alley between St-Denis and Drolet.

Small Morz piece in Rosemont.


wood-ups

Waxhead and Starkey in the Quartier des Spectacles.

Waxhead and Starkey in St-Henri.

Starkey ‘Wabbit’ in Hochelaga.

It’s OK Project, found on the des Carrières bike path.


wheatpastes and larger paste-ups

Kat in alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Zola in Mile End/Mile Ex.

Zola in Mile End/Mile Ex.

Mimi in Centre-Sud.

Pony in Cité du Multimédia.

Pony in Cité du Multimédia.

Futur Lasor Now in Plateau End.

Futur Lasor Now in Plateau End.

Futur Lasor Now in Plateau End.

Lovebot in alley between St-Laurent and Clark. This is the new 2015 design, slightly different to the ones from last year.

Lovebot spells it out near St-Laurent.

Manyoly in Mile End. Many other wheatpastes by the same artist were featured in this earlier post.

Madame Gilles on the Plateau.

Madame Gilles on the Plateau.

Madame Gilles on the Plateau.

The Edgy Way

The Edgy Way in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Unidentified artist in Cité du Multimédia.

Unidentified artist in Cité du Multimédia.


stickers and smaller paste-ups

Waxhead

Sticker party featuring Il Flatcha (new-ish top left), Swarm (new-ish), Waxhead (new), Miel (bottom left) and Fasi (right)

Waxhead

Waxhead

Zola

KLC crew featuring ROC514 and others.

KLC crew featuring ROC514 and others.

ROC514, new and armed.

ROC514, new and armed.

Collaboration between ROC514 and Cantstopink.

Variation on a new Futur Lasor Now design.

Variation on a new Futur Lasor Now design.

New variation on an earlier design by Futur Lasor Now.

National Zombi

National Zombi

More National Zombi.

More National Zombi.

Even more National Zombi.

More, more and more National Zombi.

Aaah, it’s a National Zombi invasion!

Stela

Stela

Stela

Stela (top left) and Zu.

Mono Sourcil (left) and unidentified artist (right).

Collaboration between Purplesmoke17 and Sien514.