MURAL festival 2014

MURAL Festival

A unique event in northeastern North America, MURAL is Canada's largest artistic gathering to blend creation of large-scale works and lasting transformation of the urban landscape. With its immensely successful first edition in 2013, the festival won the prix Ulysse for Best Festival or Tourist Event in its category at the Grands Prix du tourisme québécois for the Montreal area.

Rone's muse for this piece is a women from Montreal he met many years ago.

Bezt's powerful color palette and stylistic anti-gravity character focus bring a strong sense of fluidity and suspension to each of his pieces.

Watch the video recap of day 1 !

This mural by Kashink was sponsored by RogersCup. The artist stayed loyal to her style and beliefs and found a original way to integrate the brand.

Alexis Diaz work is incredibly detailed and made line by line with precision, populated by phantasmagoric animals… An impressive and simply beautiful work.

INTI proudly flaunts South America’s rich cultural history in the face of globalised capitalism, whilst still addressing Chile’s problems of poverty and their rocky recent history.

Between figurative and abstract art, he’s fills an empty spaces with a burst of colors and graphic design, the strength of his work is in this constant duality.

Watch the video recap of day 2 !

Falling mouse.

This is an experiment from an artist that was visiting the festival.

Alex Scanner analyzing his work.

Giant Tweety Bird front of a wild futuristic Klor piece. They just wanted to paint something that everybody would enjoy, from kids to older generations, something super vitaminated and colourful too.

Upside down parthenon

Watch the video recap of day 3 !

Zilon used an abandoned building as a canvas.

The walls get painted during the fest but also the sidewalks !

“portrait of mary socktish”, 3 stories high, done with spray paint and gold leaf. original reference by edward curtis

Golden star pasted on the artwork.

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