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10 Dec 19

Escif’s anti-establishment street art directly from Valencia

Escif’s identity has been a mystery for more than 20 years It was in the late 90s when the streets of Valencia were lined up with small minimalist murals. At first glance, they tried to communicate something. Here is where Escif’s work began. Thus, protest, satire, and subversive messages began to invade the Valencian streets. […]
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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 […]
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27 Nov 19

Museum of Graffiti to open in Miami

Art Basel in Miami will host the Museum of Graffiti Wynwood in Miami opens its doors to the Museum of Graffiti, the first of its kind. The opening will take place on December 5 at the start of the activities of Art Basel Miami Beach. This venue is a new attraction for Miami’s most colorful […]
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17 Oct 19

Banksy’s online store puts Stormzy’s vest up for sale

This Stormzy bulletproof vest is one of the pieces sold at Banksy’s Gross Domestic Product store Have you had a chance to visit Banksy’s online store? If you haven’t already, we recommend you do so; you’ll get to see the new bulletproof vest that’s up for sale, courtesy of rapper Stormzy. You’ll wonder why the […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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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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 […]
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29 Jun 16

Nychos and his solo exhibition debut “IKON”

Nychos surprises us with new extraordinary exhibition in New York This Saturday June 26, we attended to the solo exhibition of Nychos ‘IKON’ at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City. The illustrator and street artist presented a series of artworks inspired on the 1980s icons and fictional characters. The Austrian artist uses colorful cartoon-like […]
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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 […]
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6 Jun 16

INTI and his new mural called “La Madre Secular”

New artwork by INTI in collaboration with Galerie Saint Laurent New mural by INTI called ‘Madre Secular’ new mural was produced in collaboration with the Galerie Saint Laurent, at the classic and crowded Marche aux Puces. Place where the Mediterranean Europe and Northern Africa coexist under the premise of mutual respect in their religious and […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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17 Feb 20

Banda MS and Snoop Dogg confirm concert together

After several videos singing solo, a meeting, and lots of rumors later, la Banda MS and Snoop Dogg confirm concert in California La Banda MS and Snoop Dogg have been in talks for a long time. In fact, we give you the rumors that are circulating and how today their collaboration came to light! The […]
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10 Feb 20

In-N-Out Burger releases its own sneakers

New sneakers by In-N-Out Burger are inspired by their soft drink cups The restaurant chain In-N-Out Burger has released a pair of sneakers inspired by its soft drink cups. Unfortunately, they will only be available in the restaurant’s online store and two key locations in California. It’s worth mentioning that this is not the first […]
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10 Feb 20

Bliss Walls, conscientious murals in Sao Paulo

The artists behind Bliss Walls share messages through their murals to create awareness in society Bliss Walls is a trio of graffiti and mural artists with various styles unified in their pieces. Their murals are mainly located in Sao Paulo and reflect the cultural diversity of Brazil. Anderson da Silva Pereira, Cassio Roberto Soares, and […]
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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 […]