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Man is drugged and paintings of Kahlo and Tamayo stolen from him
Art
8 Jul 20

Man is drugged and paintings of Kahlo and Tamayo stolen from him

In the Miguel Hidalgo municipality, man is drugged and paintings of Kahlo and Rufino Tamayo stolen from him When we thought we had seen it all, this happened: two men entered the home of a 63-year-old art collector and simulated an art purchase. However, they drugged the man and stole Kahlo and Tamayo paintings. The […]
All City Canvas and Doctors Without Borders unite for a campaign against COVID-19
ACC Network Art Photography
26 Jun 20

All City Canvas and Doctors Without Borders unite for a campaign against COVID-19

Doctors Without Borders and All City Canvas join efforts to raise awareness, funds and buy medical supplies to care for COVID-19 patients All City Canvas and Doctors Without Borders created Unidos con Distancia, a non-profit project and campaign that has two main goals. The first: to raise awareness and create a message of consciousness as […]
Statue of Theodore Roosevelt will be removed in New York
Art
24 Jun 20

Statue of Theodore Roosevelt will be removed in New York

Faced with current protests, the American Museum of Natural History requested the removal of the statue of Theodore Roosevelt The statue of Theodore Roosevelt in front of the American Museum of Natural History will be removed. This is as a result of the current racial protests in the United States and as a unanimous decision […]
Heikala, the mythical nature of watercolor
Art
19 Jun 20

Heikala, the mythical nature of watercolor

Mythology, nature and innocence in Heikala’s illustrations and paintings Heikala is a watercolor and mixed painting artist originally from Finland with a very friendly style for all. His work ranges from the coexistence of mythical creatures, nature, to the mythology of his birthplace. Heikala’s studies were in graphic design at the Lahti Design Institute. And […]
New Van Gogh letters turn up at an auction
Art
19 Jun 20

New Van Gogh letters turn up at an auction

Van Gogh’s newly discovered letters reveal a little-known facet of the painter’s personal life Vincent Van Gogh was a rather assiduous to epistolar correspondence, proof of this is the most recent find of the museum that bears his name, which acquired Van Gogh’s new letters revealing his taste for brothels. The bid was held at […]
Giant fox appears on the streets of Rotterdam
Design Facilities
18 Jun 20

Giant fox appears on the streets of Rotterdam

Artist Florentijn Hofman presents his latest giant fox-shaped sculpture Between the neighborhoods of Bospolder and Tussendijken is one of the largest sighting spots for foxes in Rotterdam. It’s right in the middle of these two areas where the artist Florentijn Hofman left one of his most recent sculptures: a giant fox. The artist’s piece is […]
MoMA offers free online courses
Art
26 May 20

MoMA offers free online courses

To learn about art this quarantine, the MoMA will offer free art and design online courses Given social distancing activities, MoMA will offer free art and design online courses which can be of great use to beginners and professionals alike. Many of the world’s great museums have implemented the use of technology over the past […]
Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” is deteriorating
Art
22 May 20

Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” is deteriorating

Scientists found that the Norwegian artist’s The Scream could be at risk of rapid deterioration The Scream by artist Edvard Munch is perhaps one of the most iconic and valuable paintings of the twentieth century. However, a group of researchers revealed that its original quality is at risk due to multiple factors we’ll tell you […]
Frida Kahlo’s quotes on love, pain, and art
Art
21 May 20

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 […]
Olafur Eliasson launched art in augmented reality
Art Virtual-Reality
17 May 20

Olafur Eliasson launched art in augmented reality

The Wunderkammer collection that Olafur Eliasson launched is a new proposal to live art Danish-Islandic artist Olafur Eliasson launched a proposal called Wunderkammer seeking to connect the viewer with art in a more dynamic and interactive way. This resulted from the current confinement conditions in which we find ourselves. To do this, the artist worked […]
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. […]
Selfie 2 Waifu turns you into anime
Anime Art Artificial intelligence
6 May 20

Selfie 2 Waifu turns you into anime

The Selfie 2 Waifu website allows you to be an anime character Selfie 2 Waifu is another example of the progress that artificial intelligence has made in photography and art. It’s a portal that turns any human face inserted in the portal into an anime. Moreover, we recently talked about programs that interpret artists’ work. […]
Vhils’ book by Underdogs Gallery
Art Books
23 Apr 20

Vhils’ book by Underdogs Gallery

On April 29, Vhils’ new book will be released to know more about his work Underdogs Gallery has released a book on Vhils, where much of his artistic career is explored. Furthermore, it is a monograph which, through research, encompasses the work and style of the artist. Vhils is one of the most outstanding urban […]
Carlos Cruz-Diez, the pioneer of Optical Art in Latin America
Art
21 Apr 20

Carlos Cruz-Diez, the pioneer of Optical Art in Latin America

The artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, one of the pioneers of Op and Kinetic Art saw more than a pigment in color Carlos Cruz-Diez is one of the greatest pioneers of Optical and Kinetic Art in Latin America. He was a French-Venezuelan artist born in the city of Caracas in 1923. He lived and worked in Paris […]
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 […]
Yayoi Kusama creates a poem in the face of the health emergency
ACC Network Art
16 Apr 20

Yayoi Kusama creates a poem in the face of the health emergency

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama reveals her literary side with this poem of hope In the face of the world’s relentless health crisis, several artists have presented pieces that narrate the concern for the pandemic; one of the artists is Yayoi Kusama who recently published a poem inspired by the Coronavirus and all its aftermath. Furthermore, […]
Okuda creates “Colouring the World”, a coloring project for Spain
ACC Network Art Street Art
13 Apr 20

Okuda creates “Colouring the World”, a coloring project for Spain

Artist Okuda San Miguel has created the Colouring the World project to bring art to homes this quarantine season Okuda San Miguel and his Ink and Movement team have created Colouring the World to bring color to Spain. It’s a series of actions related to art to activate everyone at home these days. Thus, for […]
New Mundo: a look at Latin American street art
Art Street Art
8 Apr 20

New Mundo: a look at Latin American street art

The documentary series Nuevo Mundo features Latin America street art The documentary series Nuevo Mundo (New World) which explores graffiti in Latin America, consists of 8 episodes where the work of more than 50 urban artists in Latin countries, premieres on Chilean television. To this day, very few audiovisual documentaries explored street art in Latin […]
Pixar in a Box: free online animation courses
Art Design
8 Apr 20

Pixar in a Box: free online animation courses

The renowned production company launched Pixar in a Box to learn how to animate for free Pixar in a Box is the newest product by the animation producer to teach their techniques online. Furthermore, it’s free and you’ll be able to learn the Pixar animation process with your own movies! Every time we hear Pixar, […]
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 […]
Petites Luxures: the subtlety of eroticism
Art Illustration
31 Mar 20

Petites Luxures: the subtlety of eroticism

A marker is all Petites Luxures needs to create eroticism Petites Luxures is the Instagram account of an artist who loves minimalism and eroticism. His work shows that a simple marker can be the only tool you need to create an entire artistic concept. Oftentimes talking about erotic art involves something more explicit and very […]
Edoardo Tresoldi and his wire architecture
Art Facilities
31 Mar 20

Edoardo Tresoldi and his wire architecture

Architecture and installation inspire Edoardo Tresoldi’s large-scale pieces made with wire mesh Edoardo Tresoldi is an Italian artist whose work is characterized by large wire mesh sculptures. These are inspired by architecture in general and are an example of large-scale creativity through installations. He has created these interventions in the public space since 2013 with […]
Fabrica launches call for post Covid-19 scholarship
ACC Network Art Design
31 Mar 20

Fabrica launches call for post Covid-19 scholarship

The design school Fabrica in Italy seeks to give scholarships to creatives after the health crisis Fabrica, the Italian design school, launched a call for young people who want to study there for year, all expenses paid. This is to generate ideas to help cope with the current international health situation. Moreover, the school usually […]
Creative Process, a documentary about PichiAvo and las Fallas de Valencia
Art grafiiti Street Art
27 Mar 20

Creative Process, a documentary about PichiAvo and las Fallas de Valencia

The artist duo PichiAvo’s collaboration in the 2019 Fallas de Valencia portrayed in Creative Process The artist duo PichiAvo premiered the documentary Creative Process about their work in Las Fallas de Valencia in 2019. The feature film is free on Youtube and is directed by Agustín Ríos López. It showcases some of the Valencian tradition […]
Jeremy Booth celebrates local creatives with a mural
Art Street Art
19 Mar 20

Jeremy Booth celebrates local creatives with a mural

A new mural in Kentucky by Jeremy Booth pays tribute to the work of local creatives Artist Jeremy Booth has created a colorful mural in the NuLu neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. His main intention is to celebrate and motivate local artists to continue creating pieces that make life more cheerful. This mural was commissioned by […]
Taschen presents book by Antoni Gaudí
Art Books
18 Mar 20

Taschen presents book by Antoni Gaudí

A compilation with the works by the iconic artist by the famous publishing house, Taschen Antoni Gaudí is one of the figures of modern architecture par excellence; that’s why the publisher Taschen recently published a book that collects the most memorable buildings by this artist. It is a publication consisting of 368 pages, where we […]
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 […]
Filip Hodas creates skulls of famous cartoons
Art
10 Mar 20

Filip Hodas creates skulls of famous cartoons

SpongeBob, Goofy and Popeye are some of the skulls made by Filip Hodas Filip Hodas is a digital artist who, in his latest series, imagines the skulls of various pop culture characters. These include SpongeBob, Tweety, Popeye, and Minie Mouse. Hodas’ work is not exactly the most appealing, however, it is aesthetically pleasing and has […]
David Hockney’s book of drawings made with iPad and iPhone
Art Books
27 Feb 20

David Hockney’s book of drawings made with iPad and iPhone

Taschen lavishes us with David Hockney’s book and this new way of drawing The ephemeral is perhaps the greatest constant in David Hockney’s illustrations in the book My Window recently released by the publishing house Taschen. And, as the name suggests, each drawing is inspired by the view from a window. Thus, from the intimacy […]
Mural by Picasso and Carl Nesjar will be demolished
Art
27 Feb 20

Mural by Picasso and Carl Nesjar will be demolished

Despite being controversial, the building with Picasso and Norwegian icon Carl Nesjar’s mural will be demolished In Norway, news broke out that a building that houses artworks by Pablo Picasso and Carl Nesjar will be demolished. This is due to the damage that the property suffered after a bomb attack on July 22, 2011. Additionally, […]
Urvanity installations take over the public space
ACC Network Art Exhibitions
25 Feb 20

Urvanity installations take over the public space

Madrid becomes the capital of art with Urvanity Art installations on its main squares Previously, we told you what you couldn’t miss at this festival. Now it’s time to talk about the Urvanity installations that have landed on the streets of Madrid. Therefore, it should be noted that one of the main purposes of Urvanity […]
Artwork by Georges Seurat recreated by art enthusiasts
Art Photography
24 Feb 20

Artwork by Georges Seurat recreated by art enthusiasts

Photographer Mark Preuschl recreated Georges Seurat’s artwork through a call For fans of pointillism, Georges Seurat’s work is perhaps very relevant. After all, he is one of art history’s most famous artists in this technique. Surely, one of the paintings that come to mind when you hear the painter’s name is A Sunday afternoon on […]
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 […]
Mr. Brainwash will open a museum in Los Angeles
Art Street Art
17 Feb 20

Mr. Brainwash will open a museum in Los Angeles

Mr. Brainwash will open a space to feature art free of charge The street artist Mr. Brainwash will open a museum this summer in Los Angeles. The space will be dedicated to free and public art, as well as to exhibit new artists’ work. According to The Art Newspaper, the artist closed a deal with […]
JR portrays the faces of more than 1000 locals in New York
Art Photography Street Art
5 Feb 20

JR portrays the faces of more than 1000 locals in New York

In this new piece, JR portrays the different visions of living in a concrete jungle The Chronicles of New York City is the new piece where JR portrays the reality of the Big Apple. The piece located in Williamsburg’s Domino Park captures the lives of more than 1000 locals. After Chronicles and his gigantic piece […]
Urvanity Art: the 4th edition of the contemporary art fair opens soon
ACC Network Art Exhibitions
21 Jan 20

Urvanity Art: the 4th edition of the contemporary art fair opens soon

Urvanity Art unveiled the galleries that will be participating. Check out the line-up! This 2020, Urvanity Art offers a lot of contemporary art to captivate its audience. We give you all the details about this event, which will be held at the Official College of Architects of Madrid from February 27 to March 1. This […]
Vogue Italy launches cover made by Final Fantasy illustrator
Art Design
7 Jan 20

Vogue Italy launches cover made by Final Fantasy illustrator

Yoshitaka Amano is one of the illustrators who created one of the covers for Vogue Italy in the January issue Illustrator Yoshitaka Amano, the Final Fantasy artist, released a special cover for Vogue Italy. Hence, confirming that the world of video games and the fashion industry are not as distant as we thought. This cover […]
Women on Sofas, photographs out of comfort
Art Photography
7 Jan 20

Women on Sofas, photographs out of comfort

Ruby Steele explores the role of contemporary Western women in Women on Sofas Thus, Women on Sofas is the name of a photo series by British artist Ruby Steele. The concept of her work is the role of women in contemporary Western society, approached in an experimental way. This series arises out of curiosity from […]
Man was arrested after damaging a Picasso
Art Culture
6 Jan 20

Man was arrested after damaging a Picasso

The iconic artist’s piece was torn, however, the man who caused the damage was arrested The Tate Modern houses the painting “Bust of a Woman” by renowned Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. However, last Saturday it suffered an attack by a man who was arrested for alleged vandalism. The person involved is a 20-year-old man who […]
The Paper, a new book by Christoph Niemann
Art Books
12 Dec 19

The Paper, a new book by Christoph Niemann

Christoph Niemann advocates for freedom of information in The Paper The illustrator Christoph Niemann released his book The Paper, a publication that celebrates the joy of reading newspapers and magazines. It also seeks to support Reporters Without Borders, an organization that promotes freedom of information. For Niemann, the significance of freedom of information in the […]
Vhils leaves amazing mural in Parque la Ruina for All City Canvas Global Series
ACC Network Art Street Art
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 […]
Dinosaur installation invades the streets of Paris
Art Exhibitions
6 Dec 19

Dinosaur installation invades the streets of Paris

Julien Nonnon is the creator of this dinosaur installation that is causing a sensation The Jardin d’Acclimatation is where a dinosaur installation by the artist Julien Nonnon is bringing new life to the space. The piece is entitled Prehistoric Safari. The most fascinating thing about it is that, as night falls, the creatures emerge from […]
Katsuru Beta: Katsu’s drone to paint
Art grafiiti Street Art
6 Dec 19

Katsuru Beta: Katsu’s drone to paint

Artist Katsu will sell his first prototype drone to paint: the Katsuru Beta Katsu, the pioneer in drone painting, has developed a drone named Katsuru Beta, alongside Tsuru Robotics. It’s the first smart drone developed to paint semi-autonomously that could be up for sale. This is not only an important breakthrough in the artist’s work […]
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 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 […]
Vulture drawing appears in Baja California
Art Editors' Picks en Exhibitions
21 Nov 19

Vulture drawing appears in Baja California

The drawing of a vulture appeared inside a huge crater! The Cierro Prieto volcano is located 30 km Southeast of Mexicali, in Baja California. Check out the vulture drawing below. Members of the Amerindian Cucapá tribe live in that region; they settled near the US border. The most peculiar detail is that the vulture is […]
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 […]
Vhils and his best murals around the world
Art Street Art
14 Nov 19

Vhils and his best murals around the world

To understand Vhils’s work and the context in which his pieces are created, we leave you a brief profile of his trajectory Alexandre Manuel Dias Farto is the artist’s real name; Vhils and the art he creates under this pen name is a conceptual system founded on humanism. Any type of surface can be the […]
Mathew Zefeldt arrives to Mexico with ‘Vistas’ exhibition
ACC Network Art Exhibitions
8 Oct 19

Mathew Zefeldt arrives to Mexico with ‘Vistas’ exhibition

Mathew Zefeldt ‘s exhibition is inspired by the Grand Theft Auto V video game and you can see it at Celaya Brothers Gallery Following the union of Celaya Brothers Gallery and All City Canvas, we are excited to announce Mathew Zefeldt ‘s arrival in Mexico. As he does so with Vistas, an incredible exhibition in […]
Design Week Mexico 2019 prepares great activities
Art Design Events
3 Oct 19

Design Week Mexico 2019 prepares great activities

Projects, forums, routes and more in the program of activities offered by Design Week Mexico 2019 Everything is ready for the second weekend of Design Week Mexico 2019 from October 10 to 13. In this will be presented a series of projects, forums and routes focused on design and art in the City. It is […]
Yoshimoto Nara and Tokidoki present collectibles
Art
2 Oct 19

Yoshimoto Nara and Tokidoki present collectibles

Yoshimoto Nara parts will be available on eBay We couldn’t help but talk about the new art toy and illustrations by Japanese artist Yoshimoto Nara as they are pieces that more than one will surely like. To contextualize the new pieces a little, we must say that Nara’s work is influenced by popular culture, both […]
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 […]
Idalia Candelas illustrates the modern single woman
ACC Network Art Uncategorized
11 Jul 19

Idalia Candelas illustrates the modern single woman

The women of Idalia Candelas are free, autonomous and enjoy their own company For many women being single is one of the best experiences in life and Idalia Candelas confirms it with her illustrations. The series of drawings make up her book A solas (Alone). A publication that seeks to demystify the false beliefs of […]
Kevin Peterson ‘s paintings on fauna and childhood freedom
Art Blog English
13 Mar 19

Kevin Peterson ‘s paintings on fauna and childhood freedom

Kevin Peterson's paintings portray a peculiar abandoned environment; his work unites nature as well as childhood...
The Museum of the Dog opens in New York
Art Blog English
7 Mar 19

The Museum of the Dog opens in New York

The Museum of the Dog will house sections of famous artists dedicated to canine art in New York It’s official! The Museum of the Dog is moving to New York City! And it will open on February 8, providing a space for our furry friends; surely a treat! This dog museum will have fun themes […]
Alice in Wonderland illustrations by Salvador Dalí
Art Blog Books
7 Mar 19

Alice in Wonderland illustrations by Salvador Dalí

Alice in Wonderland illustrations by Salvador Dalí show his connection to Lewis Carroll Salvador Dalí’s Alice in Wonderland illustrations were published in an extraordinary new edition of the classic. Princeton University Press released a new edition to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s iconic novel, which the public has rarely seen. It is a […]
The Bauhaus bus hits 4 cities in the world
Art Blog Design
7 Mar 19

The Bauhaus bus hits 4 cities in the world

The Bauhaus bus is 161.46 sq. feet mobile building promoting the principles of the art school “Wohnmaschine” or “living house” is the name given to the Bauhaus bus, a 161.46 sq. feet mobile building that is ready to hit various cities. The piece is a replica of part of the school workshop in Dessau, Germany. […]
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 Desert x Biennial opens in Coachella
Art Blog English
5 Mar 19

The Desert x Biennial opens in Coachella

The second edition of the Desert X Biennial presents interesting proposals We are excited because the Desert X Biennial is ready for its second edition. The event will bring together the work of 18 international artists who were selected by artistic director Neville Wakefield and co-curators Amanda Hunt and Matthew Schum. The exhibition will be […]
Download classic comics at the Digital Comic Museum
ACC Network Art Blog
1 Mar 19

Download classic comics at the Digital Comic Museum

The digital museum houses a collection of classic, copyright free comics that can be downloaded The Digital Comic Museum (DCM) is the digital museum with the largest collection of copyright free comic books on the Internet. Many believe that comics are for children or teenagers. The large selection that the DCM has got adults hooked […]
The best murals in Mexico City
Art Arte callejero Blog
28 Feb 19

The best murals in Mexico City

We give you: the best murals in Mexico City! All City Canvas set out to bring you a selection of the best murals in Mexico City so you can plan your weekend outing. You’ll find the locations of each mural at the end of their description. The list includes a selection of walls by local as […]
Jimi Hendrix illustrated by the artist Moebius
Art Blog Music
1 Feb 19

Jimi Hendrix illustrated by the artist Moebius

Jimi Hendrix immortalized in Moebius’ illustrations Moebius is an illustrator and creator of the series Electric Emotions. Namely, he depicts the musical environment of the rock icon, Jimi Hendrix. As a result, a psychedelic cocktail made of 60’s rock and roll and illustration emerges. Hendrix’s career, as well as his LSD “experimentation,” not only changed the rock […]
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 […]
NURIA MORA: «“I don’t do street art»
Art Arte callejero Blog
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
Art 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 […]
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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 […]
Man is drugged and paintings of Kahlo and Tamayo stolen from him
Art
8 Jul 20

Man is drugged and paintings of Kahlo and Tamayo stolen from him

In the Miguel Hidalgo municipality, man is drugged and paintings of Kahlo and Rufino Tamayo stolen from him When we thought we had seen it all, this happened: two men entered the home of a 63-year-old art collector and simulated an art purchase. However, they drugged the man and stole Kahlo and Tamayo paintings. The […]