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Hometown, Artez’s new mural in Belgrade
Street Art
24 Jun 20

Hometown, Artez’s new mural in Belgrade

Artez worked on Hometown in April, a mural in his native Serbia Artist Artez made a mural called Hometown in the capital of Serbia, where he is originally from. The work includes several key elements of the country and was completed before the current madness of Covid-19. Artez is an artist with a peculiar style […]
The top murals for the month of July by All City Canvas
grafiiti Street Art
20 Jul 20

The top murals for the month of July by All City Canvas

Check out our selection of the best murals for the month of July, what say you? We’re halfway through the year, trying to digest the “new normal:” however, the urban art creation has taken off. Hence, we give you our selection of the most outstanding murals for the month of July. Leon Keer – France […]
SpaceX and NASA take Tristan Eaton pieces to space
Street Art
2 Jun 20

SpaceX and NASA take Tristan Eaton pieces to space

Artworks and a collage traveled to space on SpaceX and NASA’s Crew Dragon Elon Musk’s company, founded in 2002, SpaceX and NASA sent Crew Dragon, a capsule powered by the Falcon 9, to remain on the International Space Station (EEI) for a few weeks. In addition to the incredible feat it represents, this project brought […]
Cannabis and toilet paper handed out by an anonymous hero in quarantine
ACC Network
20 Apr 20

Cannabis and toilet paper handed out by an anonymous hero in quarantine

Honestly, who wouldn’t want to meet this anonymous cannabis hero? To commemorate 4:20 we give you happy news to combat the anxiety caused by the pandemic; this time it’s an anonymous hero who became viral on social media due to his peculiar philanthropy that included cannabis. Lucky you Manchester Manchester can consider itself fortunate because […]
Google Arts & Culture transforms photos into artworks
Art Artificial intelligence
17 Apr 20

Google Arts & Culture transforms photos into artworks

For everyone at home getting bored, it’s time to try the Google Arts & Culture app Google Arts & Culture recently added a filter to its Art Transfer app that will allow you to turn your photos into artworks. Textures, color, and brush strokes will surely keep you entertained for a while as you edit […]
Graffiti Highway, farewell to Centralia’s graffiti
Art
8 Apr 20

Graffiti Highway, farewell to Centralia’s graffiti

Centralia’s authorities have decided to cover up Graffiti Highway Farewell to Centralia’s popular Graffiti Highway in Pennsylvania after being covered with soil by local authorities. This occurred after a large number of tourists visited in recent weeks despite the quarantine. Highway Graffiti was an unofficial tourist attraction in the town of Centralia. It consisted of […]
Krishna VR, the young photographer and her conceptual portraits
ACC Network Art Interviews
8 Apr 20

Krishna VR, the young photographer and her conceptual portraits

To learn more about Krishna VR and her work, we chatted with the young Sinaloan photographer Krishna Valdez Ramírez, also known as Krishna VR, is a 20-year-old photographer from Sinaloa, who has developed her own style. She’s had exhibitions in Europe, the United States, Japan, and Mexico. Thus, to learn a little more about her […]
Japanese chef documented the delights he ate for 32 years
ACC Network Food Illustration
27 Mar 20

Japanese chef documented the delights he ate for 32 years

We know that a good meal is unforgettable, and more so for this Japanese chef who kept the memory of every dish he ate Itsuo Kobayashi is the most creative Japanese chef in his country. Thousands of delicious dishes have passed through his palate. His love for food motivated him to keep a record of […]
Artworks also quarantined by Coronavirus
ACC Network Art
18 Mar 20

Artworks also quarantined by Coronavirus

The artworks we’ll talk about also escaped because of the annoying virus It isn’t easy for anyone to stay home in confinement for forty days, nor is it for the characters in these artworks that decided to leave their original place and take a break. Or at least that’s what the Spanish painter and photographer […]
Posters and graphic design to illustrate feminism
ACC Network Design
4 Mar 20

Posters and graphic design to illustrate feminism

What’s personal is political: these posters and graphic design by female artists show the power of the movement In the context of International Women’s Day we give you a list of the women who excel in creating posters and graphic design with messages that reveal that feminism is gaining strength as an unstoppable phenomenon. Feminist […]
NBA Jam will release Arcade cabinet to the public
ACC Network Gaming
2 Mar 20

NBA Jam will release Arcade cabinet to the public

Arcade1 Up has teamed up with the classic NBA Jam to sell its popular arcade cabinet Arcade1 Up and NBA Jam have announced the release of an arcade cabinet with the classic basketball game. This is definitely a blast from the past: having your own arcade-style cabinet in the comfort of your own home. This […]
Women in graffiti boasting their female power
ACC Network grafiiti Street Art
2 Mar 20

Women in graffiti boasting their female power

Women are also badasses in graffiti, so here’s our selection with some of the most outstanding ones Presently, as in the late 1970s, graffiti remains an anti-establishment, clandestine, public and illegal form of expression; what’s best, the number of women in graffiti is growing. Thus, we give you the low down on the women who […]
Art Madrid 2020 presents its program
Art Exhibitions
24 Feb 20

Art Madrid 2020 presents its program

The best in video art, new media and action art in this edition of Art Madrid 2020 The activities of Art Madrid 2020 have officially started. If you plan to fly to the Motherland, or you’re already there, we give you tips on what to see at the event. Cutting edge artworks and lectures In […]
Ben Wilson’s paintings with street gum
Street Art
13 Feb 20

Ben Wilson’s paintings with street gum

To combat climate change, Ben Wilson uses gum from the streets of London Ben Wilson is a London-based artist who creates artworks with gum that people throw in the street. And although it sounds a little gross, the artwork is quite admirable for the dedication and story behind it. However this is not new, Wilson […]
José Ferreira portrays a stark reality of Portugal
Photography
13 Feb 20

José Ferreira portrays a stark reality of Portugal

Photographer José Ferreira presents portraits of traffickers and families On the foothills of the city of Lisbon, is the 6 de Maio neighborhood, in the municipality of Amadora. A town that became the refuge of hundreds of low-income families, the ones José Ferreira presents in this series. 6 de Maio has the largest number of […]
The pioneers of graffiti you need to know
grafiiti Street Art
7 Feb 20

The pioneers of graffiti you need to know

The history of graffiti could not be written without the creations made by the pioneers of this movement The 1970s and 1980s were undoubtedly the decades where graffiti was one of the strong pillars of the hip-hop movement. Indeed, when talking about graffiti, it’s essential to refer to the fearless pioneers who took a spray […]
New MMXX Sweatshirt drop by All City Canvas
ACC Network Streetwear
9 Jan 20

New MMXX Sweatshirt drop by All City Canvas

Check out the guidelines! Because you can be the winner of one of our new MMXX Sweatshirt drop At All City Canvas we’rea heading full on into 2020; and as part of the news, we give you the new MMXX Sweatshirt drop, which is already available in our online store 555-8888 for only $850 pesos. […]
Público/Privado, a book by Franco Fasoli JAZ
ACC Network Art Books
27 Nov 19

Público/Privado, a book by Franco Fasoli JAZ

Franco Fasoli unveils his first monographic book entitled Público/Privado The Argentine artist, Franco Fasoli, has unveiled his most recent book Público/Privado. It is a publication that portrays ten years of the artist’s career in images. This exceptional book depicts Fasoli’s work, from a public (the streets) and private perspective (the studio). Which gives us a […]
Gary Baseman interview at Cut Out Fest
Art Design Editors' Picks en
20 Nov 19

Gary Baseman interview at Cut Out Fest

One of the main guests of the 11th edition was the multifaceted Gary Baseman From start to finish, he proved he was born to draw, because, mid-interview, he sat on the floor, pulled out a notebook from his backpack, colored pencils, and started drawing. For those who don’t know his work, this is the perfect […]
Fact: Fortnite is more addictive than cocaine
ACC Network Gaming
10 Oct 19

Fact: Fortnite is more addictive than cocaine

Fortnite might be the most popular game in the world, and now Epic Games faces a lawsuit If Fortnite is your favorite video game, ask yourself how many hours a day you spend playing it. As fans, we don’t really care, but for parents, the game became a nightmare. Check this out. According to official […]
Mitchie Brusco, the first skater to achieve a 1260° flip
Skateboard Uncategorized
3 Sep 19

Mitchie Brusco, the first skater to achieve a 1260° flip

At the X Games in Minneapolis, Mitchie Brusco did the first 1260° flip Mitchie Brusco is an American professional skater to make the first 1260° flip on his skateboard. This feat was performed during his participation in this year’s X Games in Minneapolis. This feat in sports marks an important benchmark, similar to Tony Hawk’s […]
Movie soundtracks curated by the All City Canvas team
ACC Network ACC Network Blog
2 Sep 19

Movie soundtracks curated by the All City Canvas team

Our list of top movie soundtracks Films are perfectly (or not) complemented by their soundtracks and scores, giving even more life to the images. We are huge music and movie fans at All City Canvas, which is why we’d like to share our list of top movie soundtracks with you, dear reader. It is worth […]
Snoop Dogg starts Esports League
ACC Network ACC Network Blog
28 Aug 19

Snoop Dogg starts Esports League

Snoop Dogg starts a free anti-doping tournament! Snoop Dogg starts a new facet as a gamer. Because Snoop doesn’t just rap, he’s a video game fan. Proof of this is his new project that focuses on Esports. For those of you who still don’t know, Snoop Dogg has a media platform that specialized in the […]
Basquiat’s UNO is released on the market
Art Uncategorized
21 Aug 19

Basquiat’s UNO is released on the market

Mattel and Artestar will create decks by different artists, starting with Basquiat’s Uno Mattel and Artestar have teamed up to launch a special edition Uno with Basquiat’s pieces. This deck presents a different artwork by the painter on each of its cards, maintaining the same concept of the game. This initiative seems to be the […]
5 Street art books you need to read
Arte callejero Blog Books
8 Mar 19

5 Street art books you need to read

ACC gives you the 5 street art books must haves As I have mentioned on previous occasions, the global street art movement has significantly changed in the last few years. For many, artists as well as spectators, it is always difficult to disassociate the graffiti phenomenon from the current movement of public art. Although both […]
The black acrylic paint Anish Kapoor can’t use
Uncategorized
7 Mar 19

The black acrylic paint Anish Kapoor can’t use

Black 3.0 is a black acrylic paint that absorbs between 98 and 99% of visible light; everyone can buy it, except Anish Kapoor Black acrylic paint is super black thanks to Stuart Semple and Black 3.0. You apply it with the basic tools that we know: brush or paintbrush, spray or roller. Notedly, the invention […]
Francisco Toledo and his cultural contribution
Art Blog Editors' Picks en
6 Mar 19

Francisco Toledo and his cultural contribution

According to Forbes, Francisco Toledo is the most important Mexican living artist Forbes magazine named Francisco Toledo the most important Mexican living artist, from a list of 10 cultural and art institutions. Even though the qualifier “living” is somewhat aggressive, it maintains an undertone for his work. He is an epitome of Mexican culture, as […]
The Cheetos Museum has all kinds of cheetos
ACC Network Blog English
28 Feb 19

The Cheetos Museum has all kinds of cheetos

The Cheetos Museum sprung from a marketing campaign It all started with a very creative digital campaign; the Cheetos Museum shows how there are no two Cheetos alike, gathering all kinds of peculiarly shaped Cheetos in one space. The creatives behind the campaign are Goodby Silverstein & Partners (GS&P). FYI, we talked about them in […]
About
6 Jun 18

About

It all started in 2012, inspired by the Mexican muralism movement, as one of the most important urban art festivals in the world. Today we are a constant evolution to challenge cities, immerse ourselves in Street culture and play with technologies to create our own lifestyle.
Bloop Festival and the Latin American artists participating
Art Arte callejero Blog
10 Jul 17

Bloop Festival and the Latin American artists participating

Everything about Bloop Festival project Text by Mónica Vázquez Translation by Briana Prieto F. in collaboration with Paula Villanueva BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival is considered one of the most important cultural events in the world and has also positioned itself as a relevant festival in the urban art scene due to its programs and […]
Jonathan LeVine Projects is looking for new artists
Art Blog English
25 Apr 17

Jonathan LeVine Projects is looking for new artists

Delusional its the name of the new art competition by Jonathan LeVine Projects Text by Cristina Ochoa Photos by Jonathan LeVine Projects Translation by Briana Prieto F. in collaboration with Paula Villanueva Jonathan LeVine is one of the most renowned figures in the art world today. His immersion in the artistic field sprung in the 80s […]
Street Art and the Most Influential Women 2017
Art Arte callejero Blog
31 Mar 17

Street Art and the Most Influential Women 2017

Tattoos, murals and paintings come together in this ranking of girls in street art Text by Victor Valencia Translation by Briana Prieto F. in collaboration with Paula Villanueva Since March is Women’s History Month, All City Canvas was given the task of creating this ranking that brings you the top 10 women in street art […]
Joëlle Blouin: the city, its source of inspiration in street art
Art Blog
16 Mar 17

Joëlle Blouin: the city, its source of inspiration in street art

“The moment my painting catches your eye, a new journey has begun” – Joëlle Blouin interview Text by Mónica Vázquez in collaboration with Briana Prieto F. Translation by Briana Prieto F. in collaboration with Paula Villanueva Joëlle Blouin is a Canadian artist. Attracted by design, architecture, painting and geometric figures of a city, she has […]
The best of SCOPE, contemporary art fair
Art English
7 Mar 17

The best of SCOPE, contemporary art fair

SCOPE: a space for emerging contemporary art Have you ever heard about SCOPE? Overloaded objects, children in distress, Donald Trump having sex with Mexican women, sculptures that give the appearance of being real people… All that is what was lived at SCOPE, one of the most important contemporary art fairs in the world. 15 years […]
Gola Hundun: The creative chaos in art and nature
Art Arte callejero Blog
25 Jan 17

Gola Hundun: The creative chaos in art and nature

The artistic universe of Gola Hundun: when nature creates art Text by Mariana Gaona – Translation by Briana Prieto Fuentes Gola Hundun’s 2016 marked his artistic career. When walking through the streets of San Pedro Macoris, a town in the Dominican Republic, a building captured his attention; it was an abandoned masonic temple that, in […]
Selina Miles and her beautiful video for ONO’U Festival
Art Arte callejero
3 Jan 17

Selina Miles and her beautiful video for ONO’U Festival

If you don’t know Selina Miles, you haven’t been getting your street art fix from the right sources To start this 2017, Selina Miles just released a full film from 2016 ONO’U Tahiti Graffiti Festival, and it’s amazing (which is clearly becoming the norm). The name of the festival “ONO’U” is inspired on the fusion of two […]
Mural Festival 2016: Walking through Montreal’s street art
Art Arte callejero Blog
21 Jun 16

Mural Festival 2016: Walking through Montreal’s street art

A tour of the best of the Mural Festival 2016 By: Andrés Medina / @delabuena In Mural Festival we discover that the world of street art is growing by the minute. This cultural movement is getting stronger and more prestigious around the world. The most representative and famous artists of street art are doing their […]
Pow Wow Asia Tour 2015 by Chop’ Em Down Films
Art Blog
8 Feb 16

Pow Wow Asia Tour 2015 by Chop’ Em Down Films

A walk through the 2015 Pow Wow festival POW WOW HAWAII started this weekend!! So, the guys of Chop’ Em Down Films made this cool reel with their live coverage of the Pow! Wow! Asia Tour. Jasper, Kamea, Jeff and the whole team is gathering of contemporary artists who engage with the broader community through […]
MONOGRAMED SKULLS AROUND ARTIST’S NECKS: RIP ALEXANDER MCQUEEN ?
2 Feb 16

MONOGRAMED SKULLS AROUND ARTIST’S NECKS: RIP ALEXANDER MCQUEEN ?

[spacer height=”20px”] By Nicole Chaput [spacer height=”20px”] [spacer height=”20px”] I remember the day it happened. February 11, 2010. I remember I saw one of his scarves on sale as I walked past Saks Fifth Avenue some days earlier. It was as if the store had anticipated the rising demand for his designs after his tragic […]
By the way, I am Orozco ‘s son
Art Blog
29 Jul 15

By the way, I am Orozco ‘s son

Orozco ‘s objective was to illustrate a universal truth instead of addressing microcosmic symptoms of the general disease… First, this is a truly and sensitive essay abour José Clemente Orozco ´s legacy. Whenever I come back to Mexico City, I go visit my friends on the third floor of Palacio Nacional de Bellas Artes. I […]
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J Balvin’s Jordans, what we know so far
ACC Network Sneakers Streetwear
26 Nov 20

J Balvin’s Jordans, what we know so far

After his brief appearance at the Super Bowl, news of J Balvin’s Jordans commercial release was announced Undoubtedly the Super Bowl LIV’s halftime brought surprises and a clear one was the news of J Balvin’s Jordan launch. According to the singer’s social networks, they will be released in July as an official collaboration. Another surprise […]
Virtual backgrounds for your Zoom video conferences
Illustration
31 Jul 20

Virtual backgrounds for your Zoom video conferences

Zoom has become the perfect ally for those of us doing home office so here’s a list of some of the best virtual backgrounds for your meetings Lately, using Zoom has become a trend during this confinement period and it has us all entertained with virtual backgrounds. It’s clear that most of us are at […]
ACC flip flops: All City Canvas’ latest drop
ACC Network Streetwear
22 Jul 20

ACC flip flops: All City Canvas’ latest drop

To overcome the summer heat, hit the beach or the supermarket, All City Canvas launched the ACC flip flops for your ultimate comfort Through its online store 555-8888, All City Canvas launched ACC flip flops, the new collection of super basic and extremely comfortable flip flops. And you can’t deny it, we know that both […]
The top murals for the month of July by All City Canvas
grafiiti Street Art
20 Jul 20

The top murals for the month of July by All City Canvas

Check out our selection of the best murals for the month of July, what say you? We’re halfway through the year, trying to digest the “new normal:” however, the urban art creation has taken off. Hence, we give you our selection of the most outstanding murals for the month of July. Leon Keer – France […]
Takashi Murakami and Hello Kitty working on a project with Sanrio
Uncategorized
14 Jul 20

Takashi Murakami and Hello Kitty working on a project with Sanrio

No doubt: every cloud has a silver lining, and this time, it’s the collaboration between Takashi Murakami and Hello Kitty The show must go on! Thus, after the news of Takashi Murakami’s bankruptcy, the artist continues working, and this time he will do so with Hello Kitty and Sanrio in a project we have very […]
SWOON presents new show at Underdogs Gallery
Exhibitions Street Art
10 Jul 20

SWOON presents new show at Underdogs Gallery

The show will feature a selection of works created in recent years by SWOON American artist SWOON will go from the street to the galleries; this time aroundo at Underdogs Gallery, where she will present her solo show entitled Asteraceae on July 10 until August 8. In Asteraceae, we will find part of the artist’s […]