A little Montréal on your walls at a price you’ll love

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This article was updated on February 29, 2024.

Montréal is a city bubbling with talent, and several local artists and illustrators have created works that express the spirit and energy of the city, each with their own unique style. From postcards to prints to one-of-a-kind works on paper, here are shops where you can find a little Montréal colour for your walls.

Ana Roy

Illustrator Anabel Roy expresses her art in simple lines and quiet moods. Minimalists and introverts will find the perfect piece to grace any room.



This boutique brings together the work of illustrators, photographers and stationery designers all in one place. From toddlers to adults, everyone will find something to make them smile at arloca.  

Baltic Club

The Baltic Club stationery brand offers elegant posters and many other products that will beautify your home without breaking the bank. A great excuse to revamp your décor.

Cath Laporte

Catherine Laporte’s bold, minimalist illustrations are good for the soul. Her designs will bring a calm and soothing vibe to any room.



The Paperole team brings together the work of several local artists to offer a large and colourful selection of art at affordable prices. Happiness guaranteed.


Pony’s edgy style never fails to get people talking! If you like bright colours and quirky humour, these products are made for you.

Sur ton mur

The Sur ton mur online gallery features original works by Québec illustrators. Browse the website to find the screen-print that tells the story you want to express.

Galerie d'images boréales

With an impressive collection of over 200 artists, Galerie dimages boréales is the spot for Inuit art in all sorts of media, from stone sculptures to works on paper.

Galerie le Chariot

You’ll find a handful of drawings among the beautiful selection of Inuit art at Galeries le Chariot, specialized in sculptures.


La Guilde

Founded in 1906, La Guilde is a non-profit organization that aims to preserve, promote and increase awareness for Inuit, First Nations and Métis art. There are some beautiful wall pieces available.

Boutique Bonjour Montréal

Nestled right in Place Jacques-Cartier, Boutique Bonjour Montréal offers many works on paper, illustrations and gift cards (some frame-worthy) among their selection of souvenirs by local artisans.


L’art des artisans du Québec

With the work of over 150 homegrown creators in store, L’art des artisans du Québec is sure to have something for you among their small-batch or one-of-a-kind goods.

L’Empreinte coopérative, boutique métiers d’art

This gallery-boutique in Old Montréal is packed to the rafters with unique handcrafted items by some of the province’s most talented artists. Shops the well-decorated walls of the contemporary space to find your perfect piece.


Marché Saint-Laurent

The souvenirs at Marché Saint-Laurent in Old Montréal include both objects and art to decorate your space with. The market’s café is also worth a stop, with its specialty coffees and fresh pastries. 

Mon Shack au Québec et La cour des arts du Vieux-Montréal

Local artisans have sold their creations at the outdoor Cour des arts since the end of the 1960s! You’ll find most of the illustrations and works on paper indoors, though, at the adjacent Mon Shack au Québec. 


Conveniently located near the Jean-Talon market, Tah-Dah! offers witty art and cool objects that are 100% handmade in Québec. 

Carré d’artistes

With two locations in Montréal, Carré d’artistes offers a selection of unique and original works by more than 30 international artists.


Artistes à Montréal

Artists in Montréal is an online platform that showcases over 180 local Montréal artists in all sorts of media, from oil to acrylic, pastels, watercolours and more. Plus many of the artists are also open to commissioned work! 


Campus Nutriopedia

You wouldn’t think of Campus Nutriopedia as a place to find art, since it’s a boutique with products aimed at improving kids’ agricultural knowledge — but they have a huge poster you can colour that would make a really fun interactive piece of home décor.

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