The MAXIMO 750ml format has expanded with the new MADMAXXX, a revolutionary spray paint with an unparalleled broad chisel outline that measures approximately 25/30cm in width (9.8 – 11.8 in.) It’s specially designed for filling in large surface areas at unprecedented speeds and is also useful for doing gigantic typographic letters due to its powerful, transversal line.
MADMAXXX is available in fast drying “Chrome” and Black 2G “SilverKiller”. Both options have been optimized in order to get the maximum potential in power, valve flow and cap efficiency. The formula has been adjusted to create a thick paint that prevents drips, and dries fast, allowing for repainting within seconds. The easy to use valve is suitable for outlining large areas with precision. In addition, the paint is 100% compatible with the rest of the Montana Colors aerosols.
For a few years now Montana Colors' presence at the Creative World Fair in Frankfurt has been characterized by the conceptual originality of our stands. For Creative World 2017 our firm presented a risky yet fun proposal that didn't leave anyone unscathed.
Montana Colors has once again surprised visitors with a space that served as a meeting point for distributors, clients, friends and curious onlookers. It was an unforgettable four day experience demonstrating the results of our hard work and particular way of doing things.
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Sino, one of the first train writers in Paris, moved to Montreal more than 15 years ago and has since contributed considerably to the development of the Graffiti scene in this city. After years of hard work, he was able to open a fantastic store with the latest in terms of all Graffiti-ralated products, including the complete range of Montana Colors original. Inside you’ll also find a space in which youngsters can sit, sketch and give their drawings life with accessories supplied by Sino and his team. Scien & Klor, the French rock stars whom also moved to the Canadian city drop in every now and then. In this Montana store in Montreal, it breathes graffiti whilst looking out for all the details!.