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We teamed up with the Station 16 art gallery in Montreal to create a limited edition series of cans to celebrate our Quebec launch and the artists on display and painting live at the Quebec MURAL festival. Four Montreal-based artists will be featured on these special-edition cans of Life in the Clouds DDH IPA.
Station 16 Gallery is a contemporary urban art gallery that features an international roster of artists who are influenced primarily by street art and graffiti. The gallery is constantly looking for ways to reinvent itself and to breathe life into the Montreal art scene, exhibiting works of art that challenge the traditional white cube gallery space.
As part of our Quebec Launch, we’ll be hosting a special can gallery night at Station 16. The special-edition cans will be on display and you’ll have a chance to meet the artists behind these designs and others that have been featured on our labels. Make sure to RSVP if you’d like to come out.
DALKHAFINE, MONTREAL, QC, CANADADalkhafine is a multidisciplinary artist and artistic director working in several mediums, including illustration, silkscreen printing and painting.
SPAZUK, MONTREAL, QC, CANADADubbed “The Fire Artist”, Montreal artist Spazuk has perfected a technique called fumage. Using the flame of a candle or of a torch as a paintbrush, Spazuk creates his paintings with trails of soot. This in-the-moment creative practice coupled with the fluidity of the soot, creates a torrent of images, shadows and light. Spazuk opens himself to the experience by not censoring or directing the creative process which leads to the creation of unique and profound images.
WAXHEAD, MONTREAL, QC, CANADAToronto born street artist, Waxhead, has been involved in Canada’s graffiti and street art culture for almost a decade now. He moved to Montreal in 2012 to continue to develop his distinct style in the streets and in his studio. His materials range from plain old bucket paint, spray-paint and oil sticks which enable him to create brightly coloured and detailed works of art on nearly every block of the city.
WHATISADAM, MONTREAL, QC, CANADAMontreal based artist, Whatisadam, or WIA, is one of the city’s best known urban artists. In addition to his wheat-paste and stencil artworks, Whatisadam has a diverse studio practice including working with silkscreen printing, large-scale murals, installation work, as well as a proclivity towards using found objects as his canvas.