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Mural Festival 2017

This article features the new murals created during the 2017 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 from June 8th to 18th.

Seven earlier Festival murals have been replaced with new ones this year. These are the sponsored one by Meggs and the Pantone mural from the 2016 edition, the Nychos, Melissa del Pinto and Eric Clément murals from the 2015 edition, and the Squid Called Sebastian and Astro/La Paria ones from the 2013 edition. The A’Shop mural on Napoleon, which is older than the festival, was also covered to make space for a new one.

You may want to check out this walking tour map connecting all Mural Festival creations and other major murals in the area.

Cet article présente les nouvelles murales créées dans le cadre de l’édition 2017 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 du 8 au 18 juin.

Sept murales ont été remplacées par de nouvelles cette année: celles de Meggs et de Pantone de l’édition 2016, les murales de Nychos, de Melissa del Pinto et d’Eric Clément produites pour l’édition 2015 ainsi que celles de A Squid Called Sebastian et d’Astro/La Pariadatant de l’édition 2013. La murale d’A’Shop sur Napoleon, datant d’avant le Festival, a aussi été recouverte par une nouvelle création.

Vous êtes invités à jeter un coup d’oeil à cet itinéraire pédestre reliant toutes les murales produites dans le cadre de toutes les éditions du Festival ainsi que les autres créations majeures dans le même quartier.


the murals

This mural by Kevin Ledo, which was started a week before the festival and completed a week after, is now our city’s biggest mural.

Ricardo Cavolo.

Ron English

Onur‘s mural in Chinatown. This one was painted with blacklight-sensitive paint, see nighttime shots of it on the artist’s webpage.

1010‘s mural is found downtown behind the McCord Museum.

Fintan Magee

Dodo Osé‘s rooftop wall for A’Shop.

The street view of the above mural by Dodo Osé shows the gold leaking out of the character’s hand spilling over the side of the house into the street.

Jackie Robinson tribute by Fluke for A’Shop.

Scribe

SBU One

Ruben Sanchez

Mad C

Insa. Download Insa’s Gif-iti app and see this one come to life (or alternatively, see it here)!

Jason Wasserman

Li-Hill installation done a few weeks before the festival. See below for close-ups.

Close-up of the Li-Hill installation seen above.

Closer-up of the Li-Hill installation seen above.

Mono Sourcil‘s long wall. See below for close-ups in three segments.

Segment 1/3 of Mono Sourcil‘s long wall.

Segment 2/3 of Mono Sourcil‘s long wall.

Segment 3/3 of Mono Sourcil‘s long wall.

Photographer Aydin Matlabi and Miss Me‘s collaboration. See below for close-ups in two segments.

Segment 1/2 of Aydin Matlabi and Miss Me‘s long wall.

Segment 2/2 of Aydin Matlabi and Miss Me‘s long wall.

Ola Volo‘s mural in Mile End.

Nuria Mora

Mort

Hoar‘s mural in Chinatown was done a few weeks before the festival.


Joe Iurato’s sidewalk pieces

Following Mathieu Connery and Jason Botkin, in 2017 it was Joe Iurato who supplied the sidewalk pieces for Mural Festival. He did eight in total, all on St-Laurent between Milton and Mont-Royal.

Après Mathieu Connery et Jason Botkin, en 2017 c’était au tour de Joe Iurato de créer les pièces de trottoir pour le Festival Mural. Il en créé huit, toutes sur St-Laurent entre Milton et Mont-Royal.


Cryote’s installations in Parc du Portugal

Cryote was commissioned to create eight ‘sculptures’ (actually installations made from painted wood cutouts) in Parc du Portugal where activities were held all throughout the festival.

Cryote a créé huit ‘sculptures’ (en fait des intallations faites de pièces de bois peintes) qui ont été installées au Parc du Portugal où des activités étaient organisées au cours de la durée du festival.


information/ad boards

Every year the backs of the Festival’s many information and advertisement boards are painted by a selection of mostly local artists, a great way to showcase a lot of additional Montreal talent.

A chaque année le revers des panneaux d’information et de publicité du Festival sont peints par divers artistes locaux, une excellent initiative permettant de présenter une grande quantité de talent montréalais.

M’Os Geez

Snikr

Naveen Shakil

Flavor

IAmBatman

LeylaIsOnFire

Aless MC aka Angler Fish

Djibril M-P and Camille Perreault

Thomas Bertrand aka Totoscope

Emotwink

Franco E

Joffré Roy-b

Nicholas Bertrand

Paulie Heart

Picamag

Pintar Y Viajar(?)

Arizo (Zoe Boivin, Ariane Coté)


‘your face here’ boards

The Festival increased the number of ‘your face here’ boards this year for kids and adults to interact with the art. Just like the info/ad boards above, these are great canvases for local artists to show their craft during the festival.

Cetta année le festival a augmenté le nombre de panneaux dans lesquels les enfants et adultes peuvent insérer leur visage et se prendre en photo. Tout comme les revers de panneaux d’information et publicitaires ci-dessus, ces panneaux permettent à des artistes locaux de montrer leur talent pendant la durée du festival.

Waxhead, side 1.

Waxhead, side 2.

Borrris, side 1.

Borrris, side 2.

LP Montoya, side 1.

LP Montoya, side 2.

ROC514, side 1.

ROC514, side 2.

Ekes, side 1.

Ekes, side 2.

Ekes, on the reverse of the Naimo one below.

Naimo, on the reverse of the Ekes one above.

IAmBatman, side 1.

IAmBatman, side 2.

Saurin Galloway, side 1.

Saurin Galloway, side 2.

Katie Paglialunga, side 1.

Katie Paglialunga, side 2.

ADZ + ASD, side 1.

ADZ + ASD, side 2.

Marc-André Giguère

Peack109


Waxhead’s cement blocks

Waxhead was commissioned by the Festival to paint the cement blocks at both ends of the Mural zone.

Waxhead a eu le contrat de peindre les blocs de ciments aux extrémités de la zone du festival.

Sherbooke street end, side 1.

Sherbooke street end, side 2.

Mont-Royal street end, side 1.

Mont-Royal street end, side 2.

Mont-Royal street end, close-up.

Mont-Royal street end, close-up.

Mont-Royal street end, close-up.

Mont-Royal street end, close-up.


other

Jimmy Chiale mural done behind LNDMRK offices ahead of the festival.

Truck side painted by Fleo. The opposite side was painted by Axe but it was completed during the evening of the festival’s last day and I didn’t manage to get a shot.

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Top 100 pasted street art of 2016

This image gallery brings together 100 of the best pasted street art (wheatpastes, stickers, woodups, mosaics, etc) of 2016 in Montreal. The selection was done from my own personal favourites as well as those of my followers on Instagram. Of course this list was put together from what I was actually able to photograph, so keep in mind that it may lack some great work that just slipped between the cracks.

It was a rather quiet year for stickers. Many of our slappers were out of town for extended periods of time or were just busy with work and the rest of their life. Also, the city was more quick in removing and painting over stickers. Meanwhile, the medium of wheatpasting was more popular than before, particularly during the period of May to July. Consequently, the list this year features many more wheatpastes and fewer stickers than before.

It was already difficult selecting 100 pieces, it is impossible to sort them in order of preference, so they are shown here in alphabetical order. To ensure that the list wasn’t filled with only work from a few much-loved artists, I have set a maximum of 4 pieces per artist.

See also:
Top 100 murals and other painted street art of 2016
Top 100 graffiti pieces of 2016

Cette galerie-photo présente 100 des meilleures oeuvres de street art collé (collages, autocollants, wood-ups, mosaiques, etc) de 2016 à Montréal. La sélection inclut mes pièces préférées ainsi que celles des gens qui me suivent sur Instagram. Cette liste a bien sur été créée à partir de ce que j’ai eu la chance de trouver et de photographier, ce qui signifie que quelques chef d’oeuvres de 2016 pourraient ne pas y figurer.

2016 a été une année tranquille pour les autocollants. Plusieurs de nos artistes s’adonnant à ce medium ont été absents une bonne partie de l’année et d’autres étaient occupés à autre chose. De plus, la ville s’est donnée en 2016 une politique plus aggressive contre cette forme d’expression artistique. Entre-temps, beaucoup d’artistes locaux se sont mis aux collages et plusieurs colleurs étrangers sont passés par Montréal, particulièrement de mai à juillet. Conséquemment, cette année cette liste inclut beaucoup plus de collages et moins d’autocollants que d’habitude.

C’était déjà trop difficile de choisir 100 pièces, je n’ai pas été en mesure de les présenter en ordre de préférence et elles apparaissent ci-dessous en ordre alphabétique. Pour que cette liste ne soit pas accaparée par quelques artistes préférés, j’ai fixé un maximum de 4 pièces par personne.

Voir aussi:
Top 100 murales et autres pièces de street art peint de 2016
Top 100 pièces graffitis de 2016


52Hz wheatpastes (fish). Also visible on the right is one by Swarm, scroll down for her Top 100 entries under ‘Futur Lasor Now’ and under ‘Swarm’.

Arnold for MTL En Arts. Check out the Top 100 graffiti pieces of 2016 for more by Arnold (under ‘203 Crew’).

A few of these heads by Biko were found on information panels and art boards during Mural Festival. Check out the Top 100 murals and other painted street art of 2016 post for more by Biko.

A Chat Perdu wheatpaste on one of this year’s most heated debates.

CSRK514 wheatpaste.

CSRK514 wheatpaste. Variations exist.

CSRK514 wheatpaste.

D7606 paste-up, variations exist.

D7606 paste-up montage, variations of each one exist.

Deuxben de Rennes paid us a visit this year and left about a dozen wheatpaste around the city, including this much photographed one.

Another well-positioned wheatpaste by Deuxben de Rennes.

Deuxben de Rennes wheatpaste.

Deuxben de Rennes wheatpaste.

A Dial M wheatpaste over a painted door, done during the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival.

Dolly Deals paste-up; many variations have been found.

Elsol25 put up a few posters during Mural Festival, including this one and the 2 below. The wheatpaste on the right is one of the year’s variations on Miss Me‘s Portrait Of A Vandal. Scroll down to ‘Miss Me’ to find her own entries in this yearly Top 100.

Elsol25 poster put up during Mural Festival.

Elsol25 poster put up during Mural Festival.

This Mural Festival installation was put together by Fafi.

Flavor wheatpaste, sticker versions also exist. Scroll down for more by Flavor under ‘ROC514’.

Wheatpastes by Futur Lasor Now (left) and Swarm (right). Scroll down for more by Swarm.

Futur Lasor Now wheatpaste also found as a sticker.

GBomb ‘tribute’ to the new American first lady.

Gial wheatpaste.

Gial wheatpaste.

Gial wheatpaste.

Kafka Is Famous wheatpaste.

Kafka Is Famous and Virgilio Aponte collaboration wheatpaste. Scroll down this list for a collaboration with Enzo Sarto.

Kat poster installation.

Kat poster.

A very powerful Kat poster installation. Notice the red ‘blood’ stains.

Kat poster.

Labrona wheatpaste found in a Plateau alley.

Labrona poster in Hochelaga.

Labrona (top left) and Gawd (bottom right) wheatpastes. Both of these artists have also made it into the Top 100 murals and other painted street art of 2016.

Leyla Is On Fire wheatpaste, variations exist.

Lily Luciole has unfortunately left Montreal for Paris this year, but we still got some great work of hers before her departure.

Lily Luciole poster.

Lily Luciole poster.

Lily Luciole poster.

Mademoiselle Kat wheatpaste.

Mademoiselle Kat wheatpaste.

Mateo poster for MTL En Arts.

Mateo wheatpaste in Mile End. Check out the Top 100 murals and other painted street art of 2016 post for more by Mateo.

Rey Midax paste-up.

(Above three photos) Rey Midax wheatpastes. At least seven different variations have been spotted, they all count as one entry. Only three are displayed here, check out this earlier post for the whole series.

For this year’s edition of Under Pressure, artist Shelley Miller created this mural piece from azulejo tiles made out of sugar. The tiles were prepared and painted beforehand, then pasted to the wall using a sugar mix.

This is Miss Me‘s contribution to the 2016 edition of the Under Pressure Festival, one of two huge wheatpastes put up this year (scroll down to Stikki Peaches for the other one).

Miss Me wheatpaste from her ‘Don’t Tell Me What To Wear’ series.

Miss Me wheatpaste from her ‘Don’t Tell Me What To Wear’ series.

Brilliant montage by Miss Me for MTL En Arts.

Mono Sourcil wheatpaste in Hochelaga. Mono Sourcil has also made it into the Top 100 murals and other painted street art of 2016 list.

Mr Chose wood-up found in Mile End.

National Zombi wheatpaste.

National Zombi wheatpaste.

National Zombi wheatpaste.

Nessie aka Nese sculpture installed in the Festival Mural zone during the festival. Hundreds have actually photographed the Earth Crusher piece next to it and only noticed this little sculpture in their shot later on.

A wheatpaste signed by Ocboo23(?).

Renard Fou wheatpaste.

Renard Fou wheatpaste.

Renard Fou wheatpaste.

Renard Fou wheatpaste. Also visible over the piece are two of Swarm‘s portals. Scroll up/down for her Top 100 entries under ‘Futur Lasor Now’ and under ‘Swarm’.

ROC514 (right) and Flavor (left) wheatpaste combo found in Mile End.

A much noticed and much photographed well-placed Enzo Sarto wheatpaste.

Enzo Sarto / Kafka Is Famous collaboration wheatpaste. Scroll up for more by Kafka Is Famous.

Enzo Sarto poster.

Enzo Sarto paste-up found in a few locations.

SBU One and MSHL collaborative wheatpaste installation. Many other variations have been spotted in various parts of the city. SBU One has also made it into the Top 100 murals and other painted street art of 2016.

Sloast wheatpaste (in white). The aqua green paste-up in the top corner is an older one by Zola, scroll down to the bottom of this post for the latter artist’s own entries in this yearly best of list.

Sloast wheatpaste.

Sloast wheatpaste.

So Free So paste-up found in the Cité du Multimédia.

Starkey (left) and Waxhead (right) wood-ups found in Mile End. Scroll down for another wood-up and two stickers by Waxhead.

Starkey wood-up.

Starkey wood-up.

Stay Beautiful posters (top). Many variations exist, but I chose to display these two because of the nice pairing with this Detto wheatpaste (bottom).

Stay Beautiful poster, variations exist.

Huge Stikki Peaches wheatpaste installed overnight during Mural Festival.

Another Stikki Peaches wheatpaste which popped up in the Mural Festival zone during the festival.

This new variation on a previously seen Stikki Peaches design was much noticed when it went up in Little Italy this autumn.

Stikki Peaches wheatpaste found around Little Italy.

Swarm wheatpaste in a Mile End alley.

Swarm wheatpaste found in Mile End. Scroll up for one more by Swarm under ‘Futur Lasor Now’.

Toxic Theriac paste-up.

Toxic Theriac paste-up.

Toxic Theriac sticker. This design was also spotted as a wheatpaste.

Waxhead wood-up created with some help from Starkey. More from these two under ‘Starkey’ above.

Waxhead sticker.

Waxhead sticker. Waxhead has also made it into the Top 100 murals and other painted street art of 2016.

Benny Wilding paste-up montage found in a Mile End alley. Wilding has also made it into the Top 100 graffiti pieces of 2016.

XRAY wood-up found near the Quartier des Spectacles. XRAY has also made it into the Top 100 murals and other painted street art of 2016.

Swiss artist Ygrek was in town during the month of July and produced at least 30 of these tape tags (as well as a few painted pieces) during his stay here. This one and the three below are the best of these original creations in which tape is woven into the mesh of fences to create the artist’s name, words, logos or abstract designs.

Ygrek tape tagging.

Ygrek tape tagging.

Ygrek tape tagging.

A Zola wheatpaste about one of the year’s biggest social causes.

Another militant wheatpaste by Zola. The skull wheatpaste visible on the right is by Rey Midax who also made it into this yearly best of (scroll up to the latter artist’s name for info).

Set of wheatpastes by an unidentified artist.

This mosaic next to a Petite-Patrie bike path was not signed.

The Christmas wheatpaste on the left makes it into this yearly list. The artist has not been identified, but it is not Stikki Peaches as many have speculated. The wheatpaste on the right is one of the year’s variations on Miss Me‘s Portrait Of A Vandal. Scroll up to ‘Miss Me’ to find her own entries in this yearly Top 100.

New street art May 2016

Here’s a photo gallery of the new street art having appeared on the streets of Montreal during May 2016. I am aware that at the time this post is published there is still one week left in the month of May, but I will be out of town on vacation for the rest of the month. Whatever else I find after I return will be added to this gallery if I know that it was done in May. The post is split into sections covering painted pieces, pasted pieces, wood-ups, stickers, and ‘other’. Graffiti done in Montreal during the same period is covered in a separate post. If you want to see new Montreal street art and graffiti as soon as I photograph it, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les nouveautés street art apparues dans les rues de Montréal au cours du mois de mai 2016. Je suis conscient qu’il reste encore une semaine au mois de mai, mais je serai à l’extérieur de la ville en vacances jusqu’à la fin du mois. Suite à mon retour, ce que je trouverai qui aura été fait en mai sera ajouté à cette gallerie. L.article est séparé en cinq sections: oeuvres peintes, collages, oeuvres en bois (wood-ups), autocollants, et ‘autre’. Les pièces de graffiti créées au cours de la même période sont présentées dans un article à part. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres de street art ou de graffiti aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


painted

Waxhead and Cryote in Mile End.

Waxhead on a 3rd floor door in the Plateau.

Tchug in Rosemont.

This is another sidewalk piece by Jason Botkin ahead of the upcoming edition of Mural Festival.

Yet another sidewalk piece by Jason Botkin ahead of the upcoming edition of Mural Festival.

Ekes in Côte-des-Neiges.

Luc Bouchard and Haks in Rosemont.

HRKR on a wall of a youth centre in Rosemont.

Door 1/4 of a boxing center in Petite-Patrie, by HRKR.

Door 2/4 of a boxing center in Petite-Patrie, by HRKR.

Door 3/4 of a boxing center in Petite-Patrie, by HRKR.

Door 4/4 of a boxing center in Petite-Patrie, by HRKR.

SBU One in St-Henri.

Myshel aka MSHL in St-Henri.

Le Renard Fou at the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Slick in Hochelaga.

Tava on one of 2016’s public pianos. Scroll down to the sticker section for more by Tava.

Flavor at the PSC legal graffiti wall.


wheatpastes and other paste-ups

The return of an older design by Miss Me in Mile End.

Collaboration between Lily Luciole and Swarm in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Collaboration between Lily Luciole and Swarm in Petite-Patrie.

Swarm in Petite-Patrie.

Swarm in Petite-Patrie. Variations have been found elsewhere.

Swarm and Chat Perdu in Mile End.

Very large Chat Perdu poster in Mile End

Gial in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Gial in Mile End.

Gial in the Plateau.

New variation on a previously seen design by Rey Midax. This was found in Mile End.

Le Renard Fou in the Plateau.

Labrona wheatpaste in Centre-Sud.

ROC514 in a Plateau End park.

ROC514 (top) and Flavor (bottom) in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

ROC514 and Flavor in the Plateau.

ROC514 and Flavor in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

ROC514 and Flavor in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

ROC514 and Flavor in the Plateau.

Sloast in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Sloast in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Sloast in the Plateau.

Sloast in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark, partially over an old sticker from yours truly.

Sloast in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Sloast in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Sloast in the Plateau.

Sloast in the Plateau.

Sloast in Mile End.

Girl Plague in Mile End.

National Zombi in the Plateau.

National Zombi in the Plateau, over what appears to be an old laminate of a Monet painting.

National Zombi in Mile End.

National Zombi in Plateau End.

Hellp poster in Plateau End.

Hellp poster in Plateau End.

Hellp poster on Mont Royal.

Hellp poster on Mont Royal.

Hellp poster in Plateau End.

Hellp poster in the Plateau.

Madame Gilles poster in the Plateau.

Madame Gilles poster in the Plateau.

Madame Gilles poster in the Plateau.

Madame Gilles poster in the Plateau.

Unidentified artist in Mile End.

Unidentified artist in Mile End.

Unidentified artist in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

Unidentified artist, various locations


wood-ups

Starkey (left) and Waxhead (right) in Mile End.

Waxhead in Mile End.

Starkey in Mile End.


stickers

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now

Zola

Tava, ready for the upcoming summer heat. Scroll up to the ‘painted’ section for more by Tava.

ROC514

ROC514

ROC514

ROC514 and XRAY

ROC514 and XRAY

ROC514 and Frolk

ROC514 and Flavor

Flavor

Flavor

Flavor

Flavor

Collaboration sticker between Stela and Swarm, based on a wheatpaste they did last year.

Stela

Five Eight sticker.

Five Eight sticker.

Sloast


other

Stencils by Spud. This particular pair was found in St-Henri.

Canvas by Flavor tied to a post in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.

This is another canvas by Flavor tied to a post. This one was found next to the PSC legal graffiti wall.

Fake sucker made out of resin by Flavor. This was also found next to the PSC legal graffiti wall.

New street art April 2016

Here’s a photo gallery of the new street art having appeared on the streets of Montreal during April 2016. The post is split into sections covering painted pieces, pasted pieces, stickers, and ‘other’. Graffiti done in Montreal during the same period is covered in a separate post. If you want to see new Montreal street art and graffiti as soon as I photograph it, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les nouveautés street art apparues dans les rues de Montréal au cours d’avril 2016. Il est séparé en quatre sections: oeuvres peintes, collages, autocollants, et ‘autre’. Les pièces de graffiti créées au cours de la même période sont présentées dans un article à part. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres de street art ou de graffiti aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


painted

Monk.e with the help of Smilé/Smilee at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Biko under some highway.

The AG Crew has done a new wall in Petite-Patrie near their St-Hubert store.

Arnold in Côte-des-neiges.

This is one side of HoarKor aka HRKR‘s work on the entrance of a St-Henri high school.

This is the other side by HoarKor aka HRKR of the above entrance of a St-Henri high school.

Ezar (bottom left), unidentified (bottom right) and Gaulois (middle graffiti) at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Jason Botkin did this sidewalk piece in front of where Mural Festival announced their 2016 program, as the announcement was being made.

Maliciouz at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Unidentified artist in Rosemont.

Gwan at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Unidentified artist at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Mr Chose on the edge of the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

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

Listen piece in Mile End.


pasted

Miss Me put up a bunch of new wheatpastes mostly around Mile End, and mostly her iconic Portrait Of A Vandal. This particular one makes this list of new works because it was completely ‘tattoed’. See next two shots for close-ups.

Detail #1 of the above wheatpaste by Miss Me. Click and zoom-in to appreciate fully.

Detail #2 of the above wheatpaste by Miss Me. Click and zoom-in to appreciate fully.

Miss Me also put up in Mile End this one in her Dessert For Breakfast series.

Zola also got back into action. I found this new wheatpaste in Hochelaga.

Zola in Mile End.

Zola (left) and Rey Midax (right) found in Hochelaga. Scroll down for a close-up of the Rey Midax piece.

Stikki Peaches (top) and WhatIsAdam (kids) put up these new wheatpastes in the fashion district.

Another new Stikki Peaches wheatpaste.

Stikki Peaches (bottom) and WhatIsAdam (top; not a new design) in the fashion district, with tags by Scien and Klor from 123Klan.

This is a Futur Lasor Now wheatpaste based on a recent sticker design. Scroll down to the ‘stickers’ section below for a few slaps by this artist.

Futur Lasor Now (left) and 52Hz (right) in Mile End.

Another Mile End wheatpaste by 52Hz.

52Hz in Mile End.

Swarm (top) and Girl Plague (bottom) in St-Henri. Scroll down to the ‘stickers’ section for a sticker by Girl Plague.

Swarm in St-Henri.

Swarm in St-Henri.

Swarm in St-Henri.

Rey Midax spent a night putting up a few dozen wheapastes mostly in Hochelaga and Mile End. I have managed to run into seven different designs (this one above and the six below).

Rey Midax, various locations.

Rey Midax, various locations.

Rey Midax, various locations.

Rey Midax, various locations.

Rey Midax, various locations.

Rey Midax, various locations.

Le Renard Fou in Mile End.

Le Renard Fou in Mile End.

Le Renard Fou in Mile End.

A triple set by Le Renard Fou again in Mile End.

Another one by Le Renard Fou, this one in black and white.

Le Renard Fou (bottom right), Miss Me (bottom left) and Gial paste-up montage (top right) on a Mile End container. The Miss Me wheatpaste is not a new design, but the other pieces are. See below for a close-up of the Gial paste-up montage.

Gial paste-up montage found in Mile End. Some of these were found individually elsewhere in Mile End or in Hochelaga.

Another montage of Gial paste-ups found in Mile End. Individual pieces in this set were found elsewhere in Mile End or in Hochelaga.

Gial paste-up found in Hochelaga.

Gial paste-up found in Hochelaga.

Gial paste-up found in Hochelaga.

Gial paste-up found in Hochelaga.

Wheatpaste by Detto found in the Plateau.

Chat Perdu in Mile End.

National Zombi paste-up

This is something slightly different to what National Zombi usually puts up.

Dookie3; found in various locations around Mile End and Plateau End.

“Stay Beautiful” pasted sheet found in Pointe St-Charles.

“Stay Beautiful” pasted sheet found in Pointe St-Charles.

“Stay Beautiful” pasted sheet found in Pointe St-Charles.

Wheatpaste by unidentified artist found in Hochelaga.


stickers

Futur Lasor Now!

Futur Lasor Now

Futur Lasor Now; see the ‘pasted’ section above for a wheatpaste by this artist.

ROC514; other designs have been put up by this artist, but this is the only one I encountered.

Starkey

Ether TFB

Ether TFB

Ether TFB

Ether TFB

Ether TFB

Three more variations on the above by Ether TFB.

Ether TFB

Ether TFB

Ether TFB

Ether TFB

Hand-drawn sticker by Cryote.

Hand-drawn sticker by Cryote.

Sloast

Sloast

Sloast

Sloast

Girl Plague. See ‘pasted’ section above for a wheatpaste by this artist.

By “Mary”.

Tag sticker by Press.


other

Stencil(?) by Stikki Peaches in the fashion district.

Short-lived Mateo stencil in the fashion district.

Mateo stencil in the abandoned Transco.

Drawing by Algue in an abandoned place in Côte-des-neiges.

New street art February-March 2016

Here’s a photo gallery of the new street art on the streets of Montreal during the months of February and March 2016. The post is split into sections covering painted pieces, pasted pieces, stickers, and ‘other’. Graffiti done in Montreal during the same period is covered in separate posts. If you want to see new Montreal street art and graffiti as soon as I photograph it, you can follow me on Instagram.

Cet article présente les nouveautés street art apparues dans les rues de Montréal au cours des mois de février et mars 2016. Il est séparé en quatre sections: oeuvres peintes, collages, autocollants, et ‘autre’. Les pièces de graffiti créées au cours de la même période sont présentées dans des articles à part. Pour voir les nouvelles oeuvres de street art ou de graffiti aussitôt photographiées, vous êtes invités à me suivre sur Instagram.


painted

This Hsix mural with a bit of help from Zek on letters was probably finished before February, but confirmation of its completion came with the removal of the scaffoldings in front of it in the middle of winter.

A mid-winter mural piece in Villeray by Arnold.

This is by Algue, on a different wall of the same Villeray building as above.

This is Naimo on letters and Flying Eric with the figurative part, on another wall of the Villeray building featuring the Arnold and Algue pieces above.

Apok at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

This late-March piece marked the return on Waxhead in Montreal after a winter spent in India.

Waxhead at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen, one step ahead of April Fool’s Day.

ROC514 at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

Starkey at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

New York artist Alboe at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen. Check out the ‘pasted’ section below for a few paste-ups by the same artist.

Two small ones by Porto at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

This and 5 below: this Zek work around fenced zones in the Quartier des Spectacles appears to have been printed on canvas before being installed on location.

Detail, see above.

Detail, see above.

Detail, see above.

Close-up detail, see above.

Close-up detail, see above.

Jester over an earlier graf piece by Skor at the legal graffiti tunnel on de Rouen.

These moons by Jester have popped up all around Montreal. These two specimens are in colour but most are just outlines. Scroll down to the ‘other’ section below for stencils by the same artist.

Unidentified artist in the alley between St-Laurent and Clark.


pasted

Paste-up by Alboe. Check out above in this gallery for a painted piece from the same New York City artist.

Another paste-up by Alboe.

Unidentified artist, perhaps Kaneur?

Unidentified artist.

Artist unidentified, but certainly the same one as above.


stickers

A new one by Futur Lasor Now.

A different variation on the above Futur Lasor Now sticker.

Another variation of the above Futur Lasor Now stickers.