5 Montreal Visual Artists To Follow For Some Daily Dopeness
From Their Mind To Your Screen!
Here Are 5 Montreal Visual Artists Keeping The Art Form Alive!
Montreal visual artists are much more than artists. On the daily basis, they capture the essence of our city’s cultural dynamic and the incredible melting pot that makes Montreal a diamond in the rough.
Photographers have the power to bring a different perspective to the world. From candid moments in the streets to breathtaking sights; their lens can change the world.
Knowing the incredible value they bring to the table, it’s almost sacrilegious to not acknowledge their work. Even worst, you would be surprised how many times people steal their work without giving them credits.
Today we will introduce you to 5 Montreal visual artists making art matters with their unique touch & talent!
Ps: the order in which they appear is not a ranking system
As a multi-faceted artist, Naskademini makes his audience explore life through his lens. From fashion editorials, trips around the world, portraits & surreal concepts; Naskademini takes you in another dimension.
What really stands out in his work is the fact that most of his pictures tell a story or take you in a different moment.
You can see the details of the features from the models he captures, their emotions and sometimes even a glimpse of their thoughts.
His project called ”Hanging Pictures On My Wall” was a statement of his vision as an artist. He recreated the perfect 90’s kid bedroom in an art gallery with Hip Hop posters all over the walls just to bring back that nostalgic feeling we all once had.
He has also blessed some of the biggest brands in the industry. Brands like Puma, Nike & Timbaland were some of the lucky ones to get the Naskademini effect.
Check out his new release!
#2 Etienne De Durocher
Etienne De Durocher is a jack of all trades. Contrary to popular belief, he’s the living proof that you can be talented and efficient in multiple disciples at the same time.
Indeed, besides being a killer videographer, Mr De Durocher is also an amazing scriptwriter & photographer! He contributes daily to elevating the scene through his work with various artists from the city.
He’s a specialist in creating visuals that stand out in terms of concept & quality.
#3 Philippe Gassant
Philippe Gassant is a young photographer with a mission. Indeed, Philippe focuses most of his work in creating an experience for anyone who secretly would like to be a model for a day.
If it’s a dream that you cherish but couldn’t taste yet and you want to understand how the magic occurs, Philippe Gassant is the photographer you should look for! Through his directives and his open-mindedness, you’ll get to see yourself in a totally different light.
He takes you on a journey where you get to pose, express your style and enjoy your first experience in a professional shoot. As a final result, you get to see yourself in action and unleash your inner model
#4 Joey Gutierez
Joey Gutierez is an urban explorer and photographer you need to know for sure. Instead of focusing on the traditional skylines of Montreal we see here and there, Joey gives you an open window to his world as an urban explorer.
Rooftops, skyscraper’s construction sites and everything that will remind you that photographers often activate their inner Spider-Man to deliver their art.
He’s definitely a must follow!
#5 Visually Tasteful
The creatives behind Visually Tasteful have the Midas touch when it comes to creating dope projects with a story behind them. Indeed, they’ve shot some of your favourite local talents such as High Klassified, Miro Laflaga & many others.
The only common denominator is their ability to bring a visual experience to their projects. They combine graphic designs with their work and the final result is often surreal as you can see below!
What Do You Think?
5 Montreal visual artists only can’t bring the light on all the multiple talents Montreal has to offer but we like to open discussions by introducing artists that are making moves. Let us know about your favourite Montreal visual artists in the comment section now!