Traffic calming by Siris

Siris was part of the renaissance of the Canadian underground comix movement of the 1990s. He drew his first comics while studying at the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal. He has published in fanzines like Krypton (1987-1989), Rectangle (1986-1990), Mac tin tac (1992-1995), Kèkrapules (1993), and Kollectiv (1997). He published several comix, such as 'Cent Rides Cent Boutons' (1991), 'J'ai Eu des Pensées toute la Journée' (1991), 'Comix Baloney' 1 et 2 (1995 and 1997) and 'Rotabagage' (1996).

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In the Fall of 2003, Siris participated in a group exhibition called Cyclops at the Ottawa School of Art Gallery / Galerie de l'École d'art d'Ottawa. He also created two murals in Montréal, one on the corner of Inlays and Bay-tree (12x50), the other one in the Chinese district, on the corner of St-Urbain and Lagauchetière (30 x 40).

Traffic calming by Siris

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