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An original hanky designed by ATSA, representing a clear cut, with an appliqué of the Attention : Zone épineuse tape. Made of recycled cotton, it will earn you tree saver points!

Detailed design by Uniketik.

An artisanal silkscreen lovingly crafted by Moly Kulte !

Dimensions 40x40 cm / REF. ZON0012MO


A thoughtful stroll on Mount Royal raises public awareness of the precariousness of the ecological treasures that are our trees, forests and mountains. Hundreds of trees are wrapped, a gesture signifying at once both their condemnation and sacralization. The yellow street signage connotes danger and attracts our attention to a threatened forest. It guides the visitor to six evocative stations, located at Beaver Lake (theme: flooding), around the statue of the Angel (clear cutting), on the Camilien Houde lookout (reflection or view?) and its adjacent paths (dumps), at the peaks (integrity of the land), and along Mont-Royal Avenue (urban sprawl).

An accompanying soundtrack features testimonials from five people of different ethnicities. Special thanks to Wajdi Mouawad, Michel Mpambara, Paulo Ramos, Milton Tanaka and Kim Yaroschevskaya for lending their voices to the trees of the world.

One month later, our son, Ulysse, arrived. Needless to say, his mom was in top shape!

Attention : Zone épineuse is a special project staged within the framework of UN’s International Year of the Mountain.

[4min. 24 sec.] Production: Olivier Tsai and ATSA.
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Note: prices are in canadian dollars, before taxes | Postage not included | Shipment to Canada only; international and U.S.A.: contact us