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Untitled
2012
Labrona

Montreal graffiti artist, Labrona is known as one of the top one hundred street artists in the world. His work illustrates typical “Labrona-esque” characters : multi-colored faces defined by dark features. Inspired by 80′s skate culture, rundown industrial areas, and german’s expressionism, his work comes from his fascination and his desire to convey raw human’s emotions.

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Category
Mural
Producer
MU
Funding
Arrondissement de Ville-Marie
Overall size
37 m²
Technique(s)
painted
Mediums
acrylic latex
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from the same artist
Location
Location
Adress
2099, rue Saint-Denis Montréal, QC H2X 3K8

Artwork description

This is the first Montreal mural by Labrona. She has a long-term vision for the beautification of the Latin Quarter, where MU has produced five murals in collaboration with the Société de développement du Quartier latin (SDQL) in 2007-2012. This mural depicts typical Labrona-esque characters, which is say multi-coloured faces with strong black traits.