$1. Salvation Army Hochelaga.
There use to be a Dilallo Burger joint at the bottom of my street in NDG, the hood I grew up in. This mug was a real find as it reminds me of home+my childhood.
Dilallo also has a location in St.Henri, another familiar neighborhood in MTL.
The Dilallo sign is such a classic:
Presidential Smog Plates.
"I place stencil images on transparent or opaque materials, then leave these on the roof of my studio and let the particulate matter in the heavy air fall upon them. When the stencil is removed, the images reveal themselves. To quote a stranger, they are "footprints of the sky". Since the worst in our air can't be seen, Smog Collectors are both literal and metaphoric depictions of the current conditions of our life source. They are reminders of our industrial decisions: the road we took that seemed so modern". Kim Abeles
Roarockit Skate company has a deck-building school where kids learn how to construct their own deck+design/apply their own graphics. These stairs are located at the school. The company is run by couple Ted Hunter+Norah Jackson in Leeds England.