Edition 01 bis stikki peaches
The Many Faces of Mo’Z – Punk, Espoir & Rise – romeo’s gin 5th anniversary
To celebrate romeo’s gin 5th anniversary, we partnered with our longtime collaborator Stikki Peaches to create not one, but 3 limited editions of his series The Many Faces of Mo’Z.
The 3 artworks, Punk, Espoir and Rise, appear on limited and numbered bottles – only 600 of each will be made. The limited editions are exclusively available in a 2-bottle gift pack at the SAQ.
s16 x stikki peaches
As part of its 5th anniversary, romeo’s gin has partnered with Stikki Peaches and S16 Gallery to bring 20 new variations of Mo’Z, the artwork featured on the bottle of edition 01 of romeo’s gin.
S16 Gallery is proud to host the exhibition for romeo’s gin 5th anniversary: Many Faces of Mo’Z, from November 13 to 20, 2020, at its location in the Old Port of Montreal.
romeo’s gin also joins the celebration! 3 of Mo’Z’s new faces will also be featured on romeo’s gin bottles, in extremely limited quantities!
A limited edition gift box, containing one of the 3 faces of Mo’Z, combined with the original edition, will be given to each buyer of Stikki Peaches artworks that are exhibited at the gallery.
Photos : Oly Bernardi
About stikki Peaches
Stikki Peaches’ tagline “What if Art Ruled the World?” has been taking over Montreal, but also the urban landscape of Paris, London, Berlin and Stockholm, since 2009. The anonymous street artist is strongly influenced by pop culture references, lowbrow and street culture. Created by using a variety of media, including collage, acrylic paint and silkscreen, each piece encourages people passing by to stop, analyze, and question and is sure to leave them with a smile. In 2013 alone, Stikki Peaches left his mark in Barcelona, New York and Art Basel Miami.
About S16 Gallery
S16 Gallery is a contemporary art gallery and the second location to the Station 16 Brand, well known for featuring an international roster of artists who are influenced primarily by street art and graffiti. The gallery is constantly looking for ways to reinvent itself and to breathe life into the Montreal art scene, exhibiting works of art that challenge the traditional white cube gallery space. Located on Saint-Paul street in Old Montreal, this space primarily shows original paintings and sculptures. The sister gallery is located on St-Laurent Boulevard in Montreal, the official gallery of the MURAL festival and is at the center of a thriving street art scene.