Art location: Montreal

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Emerald City

Emerald City by Julie Couture and Ryan Smeeton is the artwork behind romeo’s gin edition 04.

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Cartier

Cartier by Eric Santerre is the artwork behind romeo’s gin edition 03.

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Mo’Z

Mo’Z by Stikki Peaches is the artwork behind romeo’s gin edtion 01.

Discover Dreamcatcher, the art of Heidi Taillefer at romeo's museum!

Dreamcatcher – romeo’s museum

Discover Dreamcatcher, the mural art of Heidi Taillefer at romeo’s museum! A bird pretending to feed its young, which is a symbol of the unattainable dream, always barely out of reach. This represents the phenomenon of anticipation of a prospect being greater thanthe actual realization of that prospect, where the object of desire is often destroyed upon attainment of that desire.

Discover Outre Mer, Bryan Beyung's mural art at romeo's museum!

Outre-Mer – romeo’s museum

Discover Outre-Mer, a mural artwork by Bryan Beyung at romeo’s museum! It is an abstract work inspired by overseas travel.

Discover Maple Love, Whatisadam's art at romeo's museum!

Maple Love – romeo’s museum

Discover Maple Love, mural art by Whatisadam at romeo’s museum! This mural is a comical exaggeration of the love for Maple Syrup in Montreal. The ‘Sizzurp’ label is a pop culture reference, and the graffiti background continues to add to the contemporary references in the work.

Discover Genièvre en Vol, Melissa del Pinto's art at romeo's museum!

Genièvre en Vol – romeo’s museum

Discover Genièvre en Vol, a mural artwork by Melissa del Pinto at romeo’s museum! My intention in choosing this particular bird is for the viewer to feel as fearless as he is known to be. The Magpie, represents someone who will often be on the front lines of any endeavor or task. They are go- getters and often fearless in the face of adversity.

Discover Morning Coffee, a mural artwork by Eberhard Froehlich at romeo's museum!

Morning coffee – romeo’S museum

Discover Morning Coffee, a mural artwork by Eberhard Froehlich at romeo’s museum! Although we can see people’s clothes, bodies, and movements, we cannot see what they are thinking. Even when we talk to each other, only a small part of our thoughts is ever transmitted; the rest remains in a private space, silent, invisible, free. When we pass another person in the corridor, that silence and that freedom travels with the person.