Portfolio Tag: wall art

Starbucks

As new stores are built and renovated, Starbucks is putting an emphasis on local and recycled, employing artists and craftsman to help capture the character of each store's surrounding neighborhood. I have done a number of murals in Starbucks stores in Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa and Toronto....
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Kiehl’s Ottawa

Kiehl's Pharmacy began as an apothecary store in New York's East Village in 1851. That first store was at the corner of 3rd Avenue and 13th Street, known as Pear Tree Corner. Today Kiehl's is an important, international chain of stores that specializes in beauty, skincare, hair and beauty products for men and women. I was commissioned to...
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Le Devoir / Mural Festival

Caroline Montpetit of Le Devoir, Montreal's major French newspaper, covered the Mural Festival in June of 2015. The MURAL festival is "THE" North-American destination for all things urban art. Located in the heart of Saint-Laurent boulevard, MURAL’s mission is to democratize urban art. Its program is bold and daring and Mural offers the public the opportunity to...
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Atmosphere Air Transat Magazine

Atmosphere is Air Transat’s inflight magazine. About 50,000 copies of Atmosphere are published every three months and made available in the seatbacks of Air Transat’s fleet.  Atmosphere is written by a team of seasoned journalists from across three continents, translated into French in Quebec and published by Miami-based Business Class Media. Every issue is packed with information...
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Mural Festival Montreal

Wall art, public art, urban art or street art has evolved! It started as an underground movement linked to the hip-hop culture. At one time, it may have been called illegal art, graffiti art and even wall therapy. Now, it's international festivals in many major cities (Montreal, Lisbon, Los Angeles, Dallas, Lima, Buenos Aires and more), with artists who...
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Video Mural Festival

Wall art, public art or street art has evolved! It started as an underground movement, linked to the hip-hop culture. At one time, it may have been called illegal art, graffiti art and even wall therapy. Now, it's international festivals in many major cities (Montreal, Lisbon, Los Angeles, Dallas, Lima, Buenos Aires and more), with artists who have fine-arts...
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Video Simons Mural Festival

Blogged by Marc-Andre Labonte:  "Weeks ago, in a joint operation including Montreal's MURAL Festival, La Maison Simons (Simons) and artist Melissa Del Pinto, we created a short capsule documenting said collaboration. Working once again with CURIOUS Montréal, our objective was to present Del Pinto's universe, her family and her fascination for...
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deiNERI

Free of the traditional constraints of walls, art can now be inscribed within fluid space. The unique, patent pending, denier stand’ART adds new layers to the sensory experience of art, integrating innovative design technology and sophistication in either exterior or interior environments. My art can now be displayed – stand alone - in your living space or...
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Chromatic Fest Montreal

The Chromatic Festival was conceived as an annual Montréal arts party/festival designed to showcase art and artists. It organizes special events and takes art out of traditional spaces and introduces it into places that one might not expect. In the summer of 2015, part of the Festival was held in Saint Henri area, near the Fattal lofts. The lofts are home...
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Video En Masse Miami

In 2011, En Masse was invited to participate in the Miami Scope and Fountain Art Fair. Pictured here is a Brooklyn Street collective mass of illustrations created by the En Masse team in Miami for Art Basel 2011 (photo © Jaime Rojo). Since 1970, Art Basel’s three fairs - in Basel, Hong Kong and Miami Beach - rank...
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