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The most anticipated sneakers of 2020
Uncategorized ACC Network Streetwear
10 Jan 20

The most anticipated sneakers of 2020

We bring you a list of the most anticipated sneakers of 2020 to be in! To start the year on the right foot and start saving, we bring you the most anticipated sneakers of 2020. So, you know how it goes, take note! sacai x Nike LDWaffle A model that undoubtedly revolutionized 2019 was the […]
The best sneaker collaborations with the coolest artists
Uncategorized ACC Network Streetwear
15 Dec 19

The best sneaker collaborations with the coolest artists

We bring you a curated list of the best sneaker collaborations with the most relevant artists by the All City Canvas team We bring you a selection of the best sneaker collaborations with artists. Check out the exclusive models that you should definitely consider having in your closet. Take note! Vans x Takashi Murakami Takashi […]
Vhils leaves amazing mural in Parque la Ruina for All City Canvas Global Series
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9 Dec 19

Vhils leaves amazing mural in Parque la Ruina for All City Canvas Global Series

Vhils creates the 16th mural of the Global Series in Hermosillo, Sonora Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, made a mind-blowing mural for All City Canvas Global Series in Parque la Ruina, located in the city of Hermosillo, in the State of Sonora. This impressive piece, the 16th mural of the Global Series, has surprised many. Not […]
Bier En Brood’s new print for All City Canvas
ACC Network Art Street Art
5 Dec 19

Bier En Brood’s new print for All City Canvas

The duo of illustrators Bier En Brood created a fantastic collector’s item in collaboration with All City Canvas Bier En Brood, illustrators originally from Rotterdam, collaborated with All City Canvas to create an amazing special edition print. It should be noted that the creation of this incredible piece took place right after they completed the […]
Bier En Brood unveil new mural in New York for ACC
ACC Network Art Street Art
4 Dec 19

Bier En Brood unveil new mural in New York for ACC

The Rotterdam duo created the 15th mural for All City! The Dutch duo Bier En Brood created a monumental mural on 211 West 29 St in Manhattan, New York. This piece is the 15th mural of the All City Canvas Global Series. Yay! This mural joins the international circuit of our great family, with artists […]
Público/Privado, a book by Franco Fasoli JAZ
ACC Network Books Art
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 […]
10 Latin American artists you need to watch
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18 Mar 19

10 Latin American artists you need to watch

From Mexico to Patagonia, check out the work of these Latin American It’s time to look south and see that the artistic talent hides (or we haven’t been paying enough attention to it) in Latin American countries. Talented artists with interesting proposals. For this reason, ALL CITY CANVAS selected 10 Latin American artists to support […]
Dickies SS19 is a bold collection
Blog English ACC Network
7 Mar 19

Dickies SS19 is a bold collection

Dickies just dropped its 2019 Spring/Summer Collection Dickies presents its new SS19 collection, filled with vibrant colors worthy of the Spring/Summer season. Ready to be worn on sunny days. This new amazing collection includes special edition corduroy sweatshirts, t-shirts and their iconic overalls. There are three colors that prevail in the seasons’ collection: peachy pink, […]
Lettering as a Lifestyle with IT’S A LIVING
Uncategorized English ACC Network
9 Jan 19

Lettering as a Lifestyle with IT’S A LIVING

Interview with one of the great promises of lettering At All City Canvas we had the opportunity to conduct an interview with lettering artist IT’S A LIVING regarding his participation in the All City Canvas “Global Series x Parque la Ruina” held in Hermosillo, Sonora. Where he made an incomparable piece entitled “To Dream”. Ricardo […]
Bloop Festival and the Latin American artists participating
Blog Arte callejero English
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 […]
NURIA MORA: «“I don’t do street art»
Blog Arte callejero English
21 Jun 17

NURIA MORA: «“I don’t do street art»

We talked with Nuria Mora who told us about her concept of street art and muralism Nuria Mora is a Spanish artist who uses public space as a support, medium and concept for her works. It is known for its abstract style embodied in paintings and murals. The main objective that you want to accomplish […]
Coachella 2017 displays the largest art installations ever
Uncategorized Blog Music
27 Apr 17

Coachella 2017 displays the largest art installations ever

Four installations were exhibited in Coachella 2017 Text by Cristina Ochoa Photos by Infobae and loqueva Translation by Briana Prieto F. and Paula Villanueva Radiohead interrupted their performance twice; Beyoncé canceled and Lady Gaga sang instead, but Coachella is more than just a music festival; beyond the famous lineup that it manages, it is also […]
Jonathan LeVine Projects is looking for new artists
Uncategorized 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 […]
The Empire State illuminated its façade with fashion
Uncategorized Blog English
22 Apr 17

The Empire State illuminated its façade with fashion

The 150th anniversary of Harper’s Bazaar’s lights up the Empire State Building Text by Victor Hugo Valencia Photos by Briana Prieto F. Translation by Briana Prieto F. in collaboration with Paula Villanueva New York City never lacks a reason to illuminate the façades of the Empire State Building. On April 19, it was the northern façade […]
Polish artist intervenes largest bus for Nuart Festival
Blog Arte callejero Art
13 Apr 17

Polish artist intervenes largest bus for Nuart Festival

Nuart Festival and its great Polish artist representatives Text by Cristina Ochoa Translation by Briana Prieto F in collaboration with Paula Villanueva Photos by Nuart Festival A truck is a medium of transportation we use and are accustomed to on a daily basis: its drivers, the people that use it, the destinations. But imagine if […]
Spectrum Indian Wells honors the best of contemporary art in California
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13 Apr 17

Spectrum Indian Wells honors the best of contemporary art in California

Yenny Cocq, Hollander Gallery and Essence Arts were awarded for the 2017 edition of Spectrum Indian Well Text by Victor Arturo Valencia Translation by Briana Prieto F in collaboration with Paula Villanueva Photos by Spectrum / Robert J. Hibbs Spectrum Indian Wells has come to an end, one of the most important contemporary art fairs […]
Street Art and the Most Influential Women 2017
Uncategorized Blog Arte callejero
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 […]
BLOOP Festival 2017 and all you need to know
Uncategorized Blog Arte callejero
20 Mar 17

BLOOP Festival 2017 and all you need to know

BLOOP Festival, the world’s first festival entirely dedicated to Proactive Art Text by Cristina Ochoa Translation by Briana Prieto F. in collaboration with Paula Villanueva Seven consecutive years of BLOOP Festival has attracted attention to a vast number of people who work in the art and creative industry by opening a new path for Ibiza`s […]
Joëlle Blouin: the city, its source of inspiration in street art
Uncategorized Blog Art
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
English Art
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 […]
Volta  Contemporary Art Fair celebrates its 10th edition
English Art Exhibitions
6 Mar 17

Volta Contemporary Art Fair celebrates its 10th edition

More than 90 galleries gather at Volta Contemporary Art Fair Volta Contemporary Art Fair celebrates its tenth edition from the 1st to the 5th of March at Pier 90 in New York. With 96 different galleries and a variety of artists from 46 different cities around the world, such as Tokyo, Valencia and Rio de Janeiro, this […]
Pantone opens collective exhibition in New York
3 Mar 17

Pantone opens collective exhibition in New York

International artists inaugurate exhibition in New York Gallery, including Felipe Pantone Pantone, one of the international artists in New York Gallery. Optical art is a creative movement that began to take shape in the 1960s. The GR Gallery of New York presents an exhibition that shows how much there is to be explored in the […]
Dubai Canvas 2017; the best of urban art in 3D
English Art Street Art
1 Mar 17

Dubai Canvas 2017; the best of urban art in 3D

The best work will receive prizes from the jury and the people The best artists in the world will meet in Dubai Canvas 3D Art Festival 2017, which will be held from the first to the seventh of march. With workshops, food trucks and street performers, Dubai Canvas will be an unforgettable experience. The City […]
Jonathan LeVine Gallery opened its doors in new location
Blog Art Street Art
27 Feb 17

Jonathan LeVine Gallery opened its doors in new location

The first exhibition Jonathan LeVine Gallery in its new location Text by Cristina Ochoa; Translation by Briana Prieto Photos by Briana Prieto  and Doménica Armendáriz If there is one word that defines Jonathan LeVine Gallery is “multidisciplinarity”. The art space that was founded by the owner, Jonathan LeVine, is one of the places that perfectly […]
Nuart Aberdeen, the new street art festival in Scotland
English Events Street Art
22 Feb 17

Nuart Aberdeen, the new street art festival in Scotland

International artists will meet in Nuart Aberdeen for artistic exchange In the city of Aberdeen, from april 14th to 16th, 11 international artists will meet for what promises to be a must-see: the Nuart Aberdeen Festival. Organized by the team behind Nuart Festival, which takes place in the Norwegian city of Stavanger since 2006; developed […]
Buff Monster and his ice cream sculptures
Blog Arte callejero Art
21 Feb 17

Buff Monster and his ice cream sculptures

The metaphors of life in Melt with me, by Buff Monster Text by Mariana Gaona. Traduction by Briana Prieto. Photos by Briana Prieto and Doménica Armendáriz Buff Monster, a New York artist influenced by pop art, japanese culture, ice cream and graffiti, opened his exhibition Melt with me in 168 Bowery in New York. Where […]
Pow Wow, one of the most important art festivals
Blog Arte callejero English
3 Feb 17

Pow Wow, one of the most important art festivals

International artists unite to create art in Pow! Wow! Text by Cristina Ochoa Translation by Briana Prieto Fuentes Pow Wow offer us a week to enjoy art by any of its presentations. All of this will happen next week in the neighborhood of Kaka’ako in Hawaii. The meaning of Pow!, is the impact of art […]
Gola Hundun: The creative chaos in art and nature
Uncategorized Blog Arte callejero
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 […]
Vhils first exhibition in Hong Kong
Uncategorized Blog Arte callejero
25 Jan 17

Vhils first exhibition in Hong Kong

A virtual tour of Vhils’ work at HOCA and on the streets of Hong Kong Text by Monica Vazquez – Translation by Briana Prieto Fuentes Identity and life in the urban context are the topics of the exhibition Debris at Hong Kong Contemporary Art (HOCA), by Alexandre Farto, better known as Vhils. The exhibition ran […]
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Frida Kahlo’s quotes on love, pain, and art
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Frida Kahlo’s quotes on love, pain, and art

A life full of suffering and bliss reflected in some of Frida Kahlo’s quotes The story of this Mexican painter, both personal and artistic, was always full of emotional swings; these famous quotes sum up her suffering to the purest love. However, to understand the context, we cannot overlook a few moments in the painter’s […]
Uniqlo, Billie Eilish and Murakami in new collection
ACC Network Streetwear
17 May 20

Uniqlo, Billie Eilish and Murakami in new collection

Murakami will launch a collection of Uniqlo clothing with Billie Eilish At the end of May, Uniqlo’s new collection will hit stores with Billie Eilish and Takashi Murakami T-shirts. This release is additional to the Spring-Summer collections that have already been launched. This new line of T-shirts will include some of Murakami’s graphic style and […]
“Isolated”, a film showcasing        37 artist studios
ACC Network Street Art
14 May 20

“Isolated”, a film showcasing 37 artist studios

Isolated gives us a 4-minute tour of these artists’ workspaces In a previous article, we talked about the artistic projects that were coming out of the confinement caused by the pandemic. Home Mural Fest and the Covid Art Museum were some examples. Now we give you Isolated, a short film by German artist Falk Lehmann, […]
Off White and Nike Air present The Rubber Dunk
ACC Network Streetwear Sneakers
13 May 20

Off White and Nike Air present The Rubber Dunk

After their previous collaborations, Off White and Nike give us a magnificent pair of sneakers The new Off White and Nike collaboration is just what we needed after the drop that graffiti veteran Futura was a part of. Moreover, if we add that the model has elements of Star Wars, it is the ideal pair […]
Tutorial to draw Totoro taught by Toshio Suzuki
ACC Network Anime
12 May 20

Tutorial to draw Totoro taught by Toshio Suzuki

Toshio Suzuki, co-founder of Studio Ghibli shares this tutorial to draw Totoro and use confinement productively We continue riding this wave of creativity that confinement has created; now it’s Toshio Suzuki’s turn and his tutorial to draw Totoro, the huge, hairy creature. Take out a pencil and paper because this is going to be good! […]
Diego Rivera Lectures on Architecture and Painting
Art
12 May 20

Diego Rivera Lectures on Architecture and Painting

The Ministry of Culture released two audios of Diego Rivera’s lectures dating back to 1955 The Mexican Ministry of Culture has released a couple of recordings of lectures by Diego Rivera that he gave in 1955. In these, he addresses an analysis of architecture and values in plastic art, as well as reflections on painting. […]