Glorious mural graces Montreal

Thanks to commondreams.org and krishnadas for the pointer. Youtube video follows.

Our Lady of Grace

by Abby Zimet

Using 500 cans of spray paint over 16 days of work, five members of the Montreal-based artist collective A’shop created an extraordinary Art Nouveau-inspired street mural because, “Our city has way too much gray.” Here’s what they made.

“Graffiti as a form of visual language can be hard to comprehend. We thought it would be interesting to paint this mural in a more common language, using imagery that anyone can understand, initiating dialog and building bridges.”

 

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