A Montreal neighborhood has many murals, and this week is the annual festival
during which new mural are painted.
This is a new mural being painted this week. I think the artist is Hachem.
This mural from a previous year symbolizes the good and bad of immigrating to Quebec.
A mural honoring Hall of Fame baseball player, Jackie Robinson, the first black player in the major leagues. He played two years in Montreal before being called up to the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Another mural for Montreal's favorite son, the poet, song writer and singer, Leonard Cohen.
A clever new temporary mural was painted on the pavement. From all other perspectives, it is elongated, but from this one spot it has normal perspective. It is called "Fake News,"
and has newspaper printed on the toilet paper.