Nico Craig – New Interior Stamp Mural

Our friend Nico Craig recently completed a killer new interior mural using only a stamp. That’s right, a stamp! The Montreal based artist used a stamp that says “Land of Confusion” over and over in a stippling technique to give the illusion of two portraits on the surface. Take a peep a the science after the jump!

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Crane – Graffiti Session

Our good friends over at Bombing Science recently unveiled a new video in their “Graffiti Sessions” series, this time around featuring Crane of the CA Crew. Filmed using a GoPro in a POV angle, Crane works through a piece in an abandoned building. Shot and cut by Greg Pistol.

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Nico Craig – New Mural in Montreal

Our friend Nico Craig recently completed a new mural in Montreal to wrap up his prolific 2016 year. The intricate interior piece features a number of topical elements which reflect the way he saw the year unfold and how he feels about the future.

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Mark Liam Smith – A Day At The Met

Our friend Mark Liam Smith recently unveiled a beautiful new painting series entitled “A Day At The Met”. The new body of work features a world where those who attend The Met have a much different way of interacting with the art. This body of work also landed Smith an invitation to show at a group exhibition at Montreal’s Galerie Youn a few weeks ago, where he sold out and was invited to sign with them.

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Roadsworth – Humorous Street Interventions

Roadsworth is a Montreal based street artist who creates brilliant street art intervention work. Using the cityscape as his terrain and a strong sense of strategy, Roadsworth arms himself with a stencil to humorously transform the way we look at our everyday road usage.

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Nico Craig – New Street Installation in Montreal

Montreal based artist Nico Craig recently sent us over a new awesome installation work he recently completed in Montreal. The piece features the “Arrêt” (stop) sign multiplied over with a cursor, which gives the viewer the impression it’s a glitchy view on a computer screen.

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