Montreal's STM Bus Shelters Are Being Transformed Into Ancient Asian Temples
Quebecor and Ubisoft ad some fun flavour to the city.
Photo cred - Québecor Media
What makes Montreal so amazing is that literally any aspect of the city can be transformed into a work art. Buildings are, r by major landmarks, and even the STM bus shelters have been known , just like the one below.
More of a promo than a wholly artistic work, the revamped bus shelter on Metcalf and René-Lévesque still looks really cool despite its intended purpose to advertise a new videogame. Created by Quebecor and Ubisoft, the 3D bus shelter has been outfitted with FarCry 4 swag, looking like a building straight out of the videogame's digital world, which is set the fictional Himalayan country of Kyrat.
This isn't the first FarCry 4 takeover in Montreal, as just last weekin the legendary parking lot on St. Laurent and Prince Arthur that MuralFest calls home. Maybe we'll see even more FarCry-centric happenings in the city, but for now, you can wait for the bus like a true FPS fan when taking the 150 for the next 4 weeks.
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