Collaborative mural at the side of store Art of Demolition by Moises/LUVS, Elise Conlin, Hot Snackz, completed in 2023.
Collaborative mural for Thrift Thus by @rowdyradrat and friends, completed in 2022.
Mural at the side of Taste of Seduction, serving Jamaican cuisine, featuring a hand painted mural of the restaurant name and logo along with graffiti lettering.
This mural is located on the Main Street Project Emergency Shelter, painted by artists Peatr Thomas and Muuke Valcourt. The colous used within the syllabics of the mural were swatched from the colours of the ProtectOur PeopleMB campaign. This campaign’s goal was to provide vaccines for First Nations communities across the province. The syllabics read “”Nanakchiishinam (na-na-ka-chii-shi-nam), meaning “”Protect Us/People”” in Anishinaabewomin, the language of the Anishinaabe people.
On side wall of Vin Room 4th Street.
Oil on Stucco.
On Untitled Esthetics Studio wall
This piece is designed to bring all-season pops of colour and joy to Winnipeg. Through whimsical shapes and jewel-tone palettes, we hope to create a positive disruption in people’s day and inspire them to connect to their inner child.
This collaborative youth mentorship mural is all about positivity and teamwork– from the conception and brainstorming phase through the designing and installation. Taking inspiration from the youth-selected word and the location of the wall, we wanted to bring the feeling of the word to life in the most colourful, joy-inducing way we could imagine.
Brother Jopa brought strong letter forms and a graphic composition to the table, and Tierney Milne added her love of fun palettes and geometric shapes. Combined together, we hope that these all-season pops of punchy colours and flowing shapes will inspire passers by and bring a positive disruption to the streets of Winnipeg.
Mural located on the side of Hudson Bagels Shop in Winnipeg.
These three bright ‘graffiti tags’ were commissioned to liven up the side the Gummi Boutique building and alley.
‘Begorah’ is an Irish euphemism for the phrase “by God.” Referenced colours from Slocan Lake.
Part of 2023 BUMP Graffiti Jam.
Part of 2023 BUMP Graffiti Jam.
Kwest approaches the Macleod Trail wall inspired by the dawning of new times upon us.
In this vein, Kwest proposes an innovative approach involving an abstraction of wild style
lettering for the mural design. The aim was to capture the essence of a Calgary sunrise in the Macleod Trail mural, Kwest translates his interpretation of this impressive display of nature in his signature abstract style.
I’ve been feeling a connection to the Raven Animal Totem for a while now and this spot finally felt like the perfect place to paint it.
I was stoked to meet multiple people with personal connections, stories and tattoos of this beautiful animal. Hearing their tales and appreciation for the Raven was magical and made depicting this large symbol of the Death / Rebirth cycle especially memorable for me
Part of 2022 BUMP GRAFFITI JAM.
Part of YYC BUMP (Beltline Urban Murals Project)
Joint forces to create a massive mural on the west wall of the downtown Women In Need community centre.
Part of the 2021 BUMP Graffiti Jam.
Part of 2021 BUMP Graffiti Jam.
Part of the 2021 BUMP Graffiti Jam Festival.
Mural by Que Rock (@miangunclan) for the 2022 KJ BIT Laneway jam, with the theme “INSPIRE.” Featuring graffiti style lettering and a character painting.
Garage door mural by Ray Vidal featuring graffiti-style lettering for the 2023 KJ BIT Laneway jam, with the theme “GLOW.”