Share this article

After a playful piece in Hawaii, Madrid based street artist Spidertag flew to Canada to participate in Montreal’s MURAL Festival, an eleven day event celebrating the international urban art movement.

The master of artistic light spent 5 full days working on a brand new mural with neon cables on the streets of Montreal. Entitled “Interactive Neon Mural #4”, this nocturnal art piece measuring 27 meters (88 feet) high by 14 meters (45 feet) wide unveils a stunning figure every night from 9:30 pm to 11:00 pm.

“This time, the idea was to have equilibrium, balance and straight lines for a colorful mural. It was a big challenge also in terms of production, it’s the biggest I ever did. ”

Take a look at all images by @spidertag below and if you are in the area, you can find “Neon Interactive Mural #4” on 24 Mont Royal St. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Daisuke Shirai

About Daisuke Shirai

Daisuke grew up in Aichi, Japan. At the age of 18 he moved to Vancouver, Canada and got interested in underground art influenced by his friend who is a graffiti artist. After his return, he is/was a member of StreetArtNewsJapan. In order to promote street art culture, he interviewed various artists such as Stik, AIKO, Dolk, TwoOne, and Roamcouch for the website. In 2017, he wrote and published Roamcouch’s first book “FOOLS GOLD”.