Mural hunting Montreal. 

As seen on this blog before, Montreal is a huge hub of murals and street art, making our walls alive and adding colour to our already beautiful city. Here are more murals from mural fest last week and from around the city, mainly in other parts of Le Plateau and downtown. 

Chinatown mural, made by Bryan Beyung and Gene Pendon and produced by MU Montreal.

A mural by Curiot for mural fest 2015

Awesome mural made by Zema for the 2014 edition.

Half a wall made by astro for mural fest 2015

Other half wall of Astros wall.

New mural underway, made by Aydin Matlabi and Miss Me

Earth crushers wall for mural 15

A wall made by Turtle Caps on Duluth, another street with tons of street art.

Very large wall made by Roa for the very first edition of mural fest, which took place in 2013.

Wall made by Stare and Tchung in 2013

A classic mural in Old Montreal, in addition to the mural, I wanted to show the surroundings of this part of downtown.

Wall by Waxhead on the walls of the sun youth organisation. 

One of my favourite murals made by Pixel Pancho for the 2013 edition.

A mural made this year by Hoarkor, showing love for MLS team Montreal Impact.

Cool art in an alleyway near Duluth I believe. 

More art updates will be coming up soon! As mural wraps up, as well as more art being made with other events and parties. 

Mural fest 2017, part 2

More pics from last Saturday when I visited mural fest. As of today some have been completed while others are still in progress or are just starting. 

This wall is begin made by monosourcil

This wall on Duluth is being made by Jason Wasserman

This beautiful wall was done last year by five eight 

Last years wall made by Bik Ismo

Wall in progress by Sbu One

Wall in progress by Fluke of A-shop in dedication to Jackie Robinson, who started his career in Montreal.  

Wall in progress by Scribe CSX

Alleyway art near boulevard St. Laurent

a wall made last year by Natalia Rak

A very cool mural made by Alex Scanner in 2014

Alleyway art near Clark street

A beautiful mural made by Kevin Ledo for the 2014 edition. He is also working on a 9 floor mural for this year. 

Mural fest 2017, part 1

It’s that time of year again! Mural fest takes over St. Laurent street in Montreal. From June 8-18th, 22 new murals, multiple instalations and pop-up shops arrive on the main. This year being the 5th year, the festival expanded, adding some murals downtown and also had art instillation in Old Montreal. As I went yesterday during the 3rd day, all murals weren’t completed or haven’t started yet. I will go back next week to capture all completed and anything else that pops up as well.

New for 2017, mural by Ron English

This new one is being made by Ricardo Cavolo

This mural was made in 2015 by Faith47

This awesome mural was made last year by Buff Monster

This is a new one being made by Fintan Magee, can’t wait to see the finish product.

This aweaome and trippy mural is being made by Mad C. 

An awesome one being made by Dodo of A-Shop crew.

Love this one, made by MC Baldassari for the 2015 edition

This, located on Roy street, is getting a nice spruce up. Street furniture is being installed, and in Montreal fashion, with multiple colours. 

A new one being made by Insa.

Top art is made by Turf One of the AG crew (Art Gang crew), which is about Quebec’s ban on pitbulls and other dangerous breeds, bottom is a new graffiti piece by legends 123klan. 

Much more to come, many more pics of murals and art, including a 9 floor one dedicated to Leonard Cohen.

The Canadian Grand-Prix 

It’s that time of year again! For the this weekend, all eyes will turn to Montreal for the Canadian Grand-Prix! This event attracts hundreds of thousands, if not, millions of people to our beautful city. In addition to that, celebrities, politcians and insanely beautiful cars make their way for the event. The Grand-Prix is part of our culture and heritage. Today I went to the festivities downtown before heading to mural fest, which will be in the next update.

Jacques Cartier bridge lit up

In honour of Montreal’s 375th birthday, the iconic Jacques Cartier bridge debuted the very amazing lighting package that Montreal will have for the next 10 years. Made by Moment Factory along with multiple Montreal companies who specialise in multimedia content, the bridge will change colour depending on seasons, weather, special events, traffic and everything in between. This event was very special and attracted 400,000 spectators, in which 30% were from other cities. Here are some pictures and GIFs from Wednesday night.




Happy Birthday, Montreal! 375 years old!

Today is the day, Montreal turns 375 years old! This year has been a very special one with all year round celebrations commemorating this milestone and this city. Montreal, North America’s 9th largest city, a city with over 200 ethnic groups, a city where everyone enjoys life, nature, culture and events. I am so proud to be from here and to call this city home, it truly is a unique place and a gem of a city. To celebrate, here is one of the many posts to celebrate the 375th birthday, with pictures that were taken over time showing art, the city and architecture. Once again, happy birthday to this lovely and amazing city!