Our main man Justin Guenet recently rocked a fresh tribute to his beloved hockey team the Montreal Canadiens. Painted clean and crisp on the streets of his native Montreal, peep the video below for documentation.
Mexican artist Smithe One just finished this massive mural, commissioned by the Mexican Institute of Youth (INJUVE) in Metro Salto del Agua which is a metro (subway) station located in the Cuauhtémoc borough in Mexico City.
Well known for his male characters, this piece is a milestone of his career and one of Smithe’s biggest murals located in his hometown. “Ella” is the title of the piece, which means “She” and portrayed the side face of a lady as a homage to all the hardworking, strong and independent women out there. – Enriqueta Arias | Photo credit: Francisco Betanzos
We are super excited to announce that we will be curating a show this month at Hashtag Gallery in Toronto entitled “Transcendence”. The show featuring a handful of our favourite artists will be on view from August 18th, 2016 – September 4th, 2016 and will have an opening night on August 20th, 2016. Check the flyer below for details!
Mathieu Tremblin is a Strasbourg based artist who implements graphic processes of intervention inspired by anonymous, autonomous and spontaneous practices and expressions in urban space in order to question the systems of legislation, representation and symbolization of the city.
In a recent project to help the average passerby understand, read and interact with graffiti tags on walls, doors or other facades. Using some classic graffiti techniques and of course far more legible letters, Tremblin hilariously turns vandal lettering into simplistic typography.
Chifumi is a Kiev born artist who was raised in the Rhine Valley and now currently based in Cambodia. Chifumi is a multidisciplinary artist who creates crisp and graphic work in a variety of mediums. Here we have some brilliant graffiti influenced street art pieces that he’s labeled as “Urban Interventions” from the years 2014-2015.