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Station 16 x Montreal Canadiens

ÉDITION SAMEDI LIMITÉ

In 2019-20, creativity meets hockey, at the vivid epicenter of Montreal's identity.

In honor of the team's 110th Anniversary, the Montreal Canadiens are teaming up with Station 16 Contemporary Urban Art Gallery to offer their fans an exclusive collaboration, where art meets hockey.

As part of the Canadiens' FANatic Saturdays, 12 custom fine art prints have been commissioned to a talented roster of artists from Montreal and abroad and will be available in a limited run.

Drawing inspiration from the Saturday night rivalries themselves, each of the "Édition Samedi Limité" prints will be produced with passion to represent the unique fabric of the city and the team. The 12 original works of art, as well as their creators, will be unveiled throughout the season. The limited-edition fine art prints, from sets of 110, are available for purchase at the Tricolore Sports flagship store, behind section 113.

February 29 vs. CAR - Josee Tellier

"HurriKen 29"

Josée Tellier has been a Montrealer for more than 20 years and a Canadiens fan her whole life. Illustration has always been a passion, a true calling in life. She is best known for children/teen graphic novels and book covers such as «Le journal d'Aurélie Laflamme», reaching 2 million copies sold worldwide.

She specializes in portraits and character design. The computer and tablet are her tools of predilection. Josée dreams of designing her own collection of merchandising for her favorite team, in the near future.

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20" x 26" 
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper 
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

This limited-edition silkscreen print by JOSÉE TELLIER was created to celebrate the Montréal Canadiens' 110th anniversary and commemorates the February 29, 2020, game against the Carolina Hurricanes.

Raised in a family of boys only, Josée Tellier was always around sports, especially hockey and baseball. Canadiens and Expos hold a special place in her heart. When came the offer of honoring the 110th anniversary of her beloved Canadiens through an illustration, it was a dream come true. Score!

"HurriKen 29" mixes the classic imagery of Ken Dryden, and one of her favorite games as a child: the Coleco table hockey game! Dryden being bigger than life, she thought of showing him blocking the way, making it impossible for Hurricane players to score a goal. It was meant to be: February 29th, and Dryden's retired number 29.

October 12 vs. STL - Jason Wasserman

"Welcome to Your Doom!"

Jason Wasserman is a Montreal born and raised artist who has been obsessed with comics and illustration since he was a child. His work, characterized by a bold, hand-drawn, black and white aesthetic, is exhibited internationally.

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26" x 20"
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité
Available for purchase at the Tricolore Sports flagship store behind section 113

To kick off the season and commemorate the October 12 game against the St. Louis Blues, Jason Wasserman, a popular artist from the city, breaks the ice with a creation inspired by the world of superheroes. "Welcome to Your Doom!" expresses the intensity of the confrontation by using the graphic language of comic book covers. Set in Montreal's imagery, a Blues forward fires a powerful slapshot at the Canadiens' net. Suspended in flight, the puck awaits its fate in front of an intimidating goalie. Signed and numbered by the artist, the first artwork resulting from the collaboration honors the city's iconography, the imagination of childhood and street hockey on a low brick wall.

October 26 vs. TOR - Eric Clement

"Eastern Conference OG'S"

Eric Clement is a Montreal-born, and now Toronto-based, artist with a passion for pop culture, collectibles and nostalgia. Clement is best known for his meticulous brushwork, combining subtle social commentary with satire and humor.

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20" x 26" 
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité
Available for purchase at the Tricolore Sports flagship store behind section 113

A die-hard fan of the Montréal Canadiens, Eric Clement kept treasuring his love for the team after moving to Toronto to pursue his career. He was therefore the perfect artist to commemorate the October 26th battle against the Maple Leafs. "Eastern Conference OG'S" reflects this historical rivalry by evoking another era through the style of retro comics. Fascinated by the world of hip-hop, comics and collectibles, the artist has taken advantage of digital collage to create an exhilarating visual story and deliver an artwork as lively as it is action-packed. Signed and numbered by the artist, the second artwork resulting from this collaboration honors the symbolic charge of icons and the narrative power of superposition.

November 9 vs. LAK - Alan Ganev

"Tagger"

Alan Ganev is a Toronto-based visual artist born in Costa Rica. Ganev has a passion for muralism and urban culture. His recent studio work explored a variety of media including collage, silkscreening, neon, sculpture and photography.

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20" x 26" 
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

To commemorate the November 9th game against the Los Angeles Kings, classically trained artist Alan Ganev drew inspiration from both teams by juxtaposing urban culture and traditional fine art

"Tagger" expresses the playfulness of their rivalry through the reactive fusion of opposite forces, the porcelain figurine of a king dueling with energetic lines of urban expression. The exciting merging of art forms, classical heritage with present practices, unites the delicate and the raw, giving birth to a new kind of poetry.

Signed and numbered by the artist, the third artwork resulting from this collaboration captures the fighting spirit of day-to-day personal battles while honoring the spontaneity of a story that unfolds with every game.

November 16 vs. NJD - Joe Iurato

"Destined"

This limited-edition silkscreen print by Joe Iurato was created to celebrate the Montréal Canadiens' 110th anniversary and commemorates the November 16, 2019, game against the New Jersey Devils.

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20" x 26" 
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

To commemorate the November 16 game against the Devils, Joe Iurato, a New Jersey-based artist working in New York, seized on a rivalry between two of the greatest goalkeepers of all time. "Destined" reflects the historical struggle between Martin Brodeur and Patrick Roy by projecting us to its imaginary origin. Two children promised to the highest honors wear the colors of their teams and fight fiercely for supremacy. The fleur-de-lis and the two brothers who served as models for the photograph recall the shared origins and personal journey of the two legends. Signed and numbered by the artist, the fourth artwork resulting from this collaboration stands at the frontier of simplicity and photorealism. Its clear and illustrative aesthetic highlights the innocence of the innate competitiveness that earned the two goalies a place in the Hockey Hall of Fame.

November 23 vs. NYR - Marc Sirus

"Face Off

Street artist, typography specialist and self taught graphic designer, Marc developed his passion for lettering through graffiti at an early age. Ever since, he has honed his skills as an artist and designer. From working on large scale murals for the Toronto Raptors' "We The North" campaign to designing t-shirts for top tier UFC athletes, Marc continues to explore the different aspects of typography integrated with art.

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20" x 26" 
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

To commemorate the November 23 game against the New York Rangers, Marc Sirus, a well-known Montréal artist, seized on the 1979 Stanley Cup finals, when two teams faced off for the title. "Face off" brings us back to a different Hockey era by preeminently featuring Ken Dryden's bold and simple target-style mask and John Davidson's shield-like mask. Staying true to their goalies' time of glory, the artist treated the team's logo and name to his personal touch. The dynamic composition includes iconic Montréal and New York landmarks. Signed and numbered by the artist, the fifth artwork resulting from the collaboration honors both team's legacy through typography and the spectacular saves of a legend among legends.

December 14 vs DET - Denial

"Enjoy the game"

Denial is a Canadian pop artist whose aerosol and stencil artworks turn culture on its head with eye-popping statement pieces. Based in the border city of Windsor, Ontario, he spends much of the year traveling, painting murals, and exhibiting throughout North America as well as internationally.

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20" x 26" 
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

Marking the halfway point of Edition Samedi Limité, Canadian pop artist Denial commemorates the December 14 game against the Red Wings with an eye-popping statement piece offering more than meets the eye. "Enjoy the Game" explores another realm of rivalry, while innocence of play meets control of the ice. A Habs loving boy looks amazed as he toys with a Detroit player turned into a hockey table figurine, giving an off-kilter and humorous twist to a classic Christmas present. With its half-tones, the multi-colored silk screen print gives into nostalgia by achieving the vintage look envisioned by its creator. Signed and numbered by the artist, the sixth artwork resulting from the collaboration takes aim at the viewer with an iconic aesthetic made of subversive pop inspired imagery, comedic expression and artistic wit.

January 4 vs. PIT - Stikki Peaches

"La Course au championnat"

The anonymous Montréal artist is best known for the tagline "What if Art Ruled the World" weaved throughout his celebrity mash-up wheat pastes. The anonymous street artist is strongly influenced by pop culture references and lowbrow street culture. Using a variety of media including collage, acrylic paint, and silkscreen, Stikki Peaches' work occupies a liminal space between the street and the gallery.

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26" x 20" 
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

To kick off the new year and commemorate the January 4, 2020, game against the Pittsburgh Penguins, Stikki Peaches, a popular artist from the city proposes a creation inspired by the spirit of competition for which he hand-embellished each one of the 110 reproductions. 

"La Course au Championnat" is a journey through time diving into the artist's universe composed of iconic figures from the past. Featuring one of each club's greatest players, Maurice Richard and Mario Lemieux, at the wheel of cars designed for destruction, Stikki Peaches deals with the spirit of competition off the ice. Each silkscreen print was affixed to a wall in the artist's studio, taking the form of an art installation before being transformed with spray paint, pastel, pencil and marker, making each reproduction a unique work of art.

Signed and numbered by the artist, the seventh artwork resulting from the collaboration honors nostalgia, strength and the pleasure of competition.

January 18 vs. VGK - XRAY

"COLLECTION"

Based in Montréal, XRAY is originally from Florida, a place that has had a significant influence on his choice of color palette. He started out as a graffiti artist in the early 1990s at which time he was also involved with skateboarding and hip hop culture, eventually leading to themed commercial projects for Disney and Universal Studios. Since moving to Canada in 2008, he has focused on creating his unique brand of artwork.

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20" x 26"
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

To commemorate the January 18, 2020, game against the Vegas Knights, XRAY, a Montréal-based artist, offers a creation inspired by collectible hockey cards. "Collection" is an homage to childhood memories and represents a kid's card collection retrieved from an old box and spread around on the floor. Together, with their flashy colors coming straight out of Florida, the artist's home state, and the distinct visual identity of their era of glory, the cards speak to feelings having been stored for long. Signed and numbered by the artist, the eighth artwork resulting from the collaboration honors collecting and the pleasure of revisiting childhood experiences.

February 8 vs. TOR - WHATISADAM

"LOVE RIVALS"

Montreal based artist, Whatisadam, or WIA, is one of the city's best known urban artists. Whatisadam has a diverse studio practice including working with silkscreen printing, large-scale murals, installation work, as well as a proclivity towards using found objects as his canvas. Infused with Canadian imagery, Whatisadam's style is reminiscent of vintage comics and pop art.

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20" x 26"
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

To commemorate the Feburary 8, 2020, game against the Toronto Maple Leafs, WHATISADAM, a Montréal-based artist, offers a creation inspired by these two cities Love and Rivalry. "Love Rivals" is an homage to pulp romance comic covers from the 60s & 80s. The image highlights Montreal and Toronto's love and hate relationship, and through the relationship of two fans from either team, "...they find love on game night.". Signed and numbered by the artist, the ninth artwork in this collaboration celebrates the love and rivalvry of Toronto and Montreal.

February 15 vs. DAL - Ryan Labrosse

"FANTOME DU FORUM"

Montreal native Ryan Labrosse is a Freelance Graphic Designer by trade who also enjoys exploring different styles and mediums. Handy with pen and paper, a camera or in the digital realm, he's scribbled and designed for many companies. His work has appeared on shirts, books, galleries, and national ad campaigns.

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20" x 26" 
Edition of 110
Signed and numbered by artist
Comes with a certificate of authenticity
Hand-pulled silkscreen print on archival paper ('Ghosts' printed with glow in the dark ink)
Unframed
Édition Samedi Limité

To commemorate the February 15, 2020, game against the Dallas Stars, Ryan Labrosse, a Montréal-based artist, offers a creation inspired by the last match played at the historic Montreal Forum. 

"FANTOME DU FORUM" is an homage to the historic Montreal Forum, often called the most storied building in hockey history. As such, this print honors the 'ghosts' of some of the greatest players within the Montreal Canadiens hockey team. Printed in some areas with Glow in the dark ink, has a playfulness this print commemorates the last match in a historic arena. 

Signed and numbered by the artist, the tenth artwork resulting from the collaboration honors a historic arena for hockey.

March 28 vs. NYI

Details will be revealed the week of March 23.