Friday, December 13, 2013

STADIUM ART MOVEMENT goes OLD Skool at the Foire Artisinal... and other madness.

Original Drawings on the block at GG. This one has already sold so say hello and wave goodbye. Photo C. Theoret/

 13th December, 2013 (Montreal) Tonight the Greenlight Gallery [see here] is having a vernissage for their Holiday Show which includes street artists Danny Guay, Waxhead, I am Rurik, Citizen Sven, QBNYC, Future Lazor Now, Robin, Gawd, Jono Doiron, Chris Dyer, Marc Sirus, David Merk, Cryote, Lindsay Campbell, Adida "The Fallen Angel", Bfor, Luc Bouchard, Earthcrusher, James Bouthillier, IAMBATMAN, Baba Lye (Belinda) and the Stadium Art Movement (featured above). These originals are floating around the $200 mark but there is lots of art available at lower prices.

 Meanwhile this year's 2014 Stadium Art Movement Calendar is in it's final edition so there is even more reason to snap it up. This weekend (14-15 December) you can score this 12 image set at the Old Skool Crafts Fair--Foire Arisinal [please see here] in the Mile-End district of Montreal.

Cartographers Without Borders' take on the Mile-End
In addition to T-shirts and posters of the LAST EDITION of Stadium Art Movement Collectibles, we are also celebrating the district of Mile-End with a brand new map of the place.

Also this weekend, Puces Pop [please see here] run by Pop Montreal will also be stocking Stadium Art so there are no excuses for missing out on the last edition of the Stadium Art Movement Calendar.

Other retailers stocking our wares that will allow you to purchase online or by foot:

Montreal Plateau (Mid-Central): Montréalité
3960 Boulevard St-Laurent
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H2W 1X9
Tel. 514.510.9907

Montreal Mile-End (Mid-Central): Librairie Drawn & Quarterly
211 Bernard Ouest
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H2T 2K5
Phone: 514.279.2224

And of course the Greenlight Gallery who are listed on facebook as follows:

Next week we will be announcing where to find Stadium Art in New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Toronto and Vancouver so please keep visiting.

For 2014 look forward to more paintings and murals around Montreal as the we head into a new era.

First pass on "Jump for Joy" dipicting banned Chelsea fans parachuting into the celebrations of their cohorts.

Got any Stadium Art? Contact:

Friday, November 8, 2013


eXpozine 2013 promotion poster

8th Novemember, 2013 (Montreal) The biggest independent publishing expo west of NYC opens it's gates next week in the usual spot [please see here]. The 2014 Stadium Art Calendar will be on sale at EXPOZINE PRICES! That's right, members will get special pre-December rates.

Please follow this site for more news on where to get the famous 2014 Stadium Art Movement Calendar in New York City, San Francisco, Philadelphia, London and Toronto.

Friday, October 11, 2013


Burger Royal invites you not just to put mustard and ketchup on your Organic Farm-to-Table Burger.

11th October, 2013 (Montreal) The Stadium Art Movement has taken a swan dive into Foodie Culture by teaming up with Burger Royal [see more here] on Blvd St-Laurent in Montreal. You are looking at an aerial view of l'Arrondisement Plateau-Burger Royal while you taste what has got to be the yummiest hamburger in the city.  [For a totally unbiased review of the resto see more here.]

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Jackie Robinson's breakthrough at Stade De Lorimier Lives on with Stadium Art Movement T-shirt

Summer is a fine time to wear a T-shirt with a defunct stadium printed on it.

2nd June, 2013 (Montreal) Stade de Lorimier no longer stands but there is still a playing field where the legendary Jackie Robinson broke the colour barrier while playing for the Montreal Royals during the 1940s. This shows the stadium looking towards the city centre before the architects of the New International School got their hands on the skyline. In the foreground we can see the roof of the now-famous Grover Building. Despite the disappearance from the landscape of this absolute baseball treasure, this district still remains a very vibrant and desirable area of Montreal's East End.

To order your own special edition, please see HERE.