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The best skateboarding tricks to practice
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7 Jan 20

The best skateboarding tricks to practice

Here’s a selection of some of the best, jaw-dropping skate tricks Going out with a board to master the asphalt with your best skateboarding tricks is something that many skaters do. And obviously, at All City Canvas we’re fanaatics of seeing the stunts and footwork. Whether it be from a very high ramp, bowls, sidewalks, […]
Mathew Zefeldt arrives to Mexico with ‘Vistas’ exhibition
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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
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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 […]
Havana Skate Days, the documentary about the Cuban skaters
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3 Sep 19

Havana Skate Days, the documentary about the Cuban skaters

The young Cuban skaters who are building the skate movement with their own means, that is Havana Skate Days Directed by Kristofer Ríos, the documentary Havana Skate Days portrays the hardships of practicing the sport on the Caribbean island. This film mainly depicts the demands of groups of young skaters to the Cuban government to […]
Mitchie Brusco, the first skater to achieve a 1260° flip
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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
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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 […]
What is CBD: the basics and its recreational benefits
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29 Aug 19

What is CBD: the basics and its recreational benefits

Currently, there is a trend to treat diseases with CBD and we are here to tell you what it is and what its effects are “What is CBD?” “Is it as good as they say to relieve discomfort?” or “Will I get high if I consume it?” You’ve asked yourself these questions or eventually will, […]
Snoop Dogg starts Esports League
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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 […]
What is THC and why does its use cause so much controversy
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28 Aug 19

What is THC and why does its use cause so much controversy

What is THC and is it healthy for those who consume it If you are reading this, like us —before writing this article— you are not sure what THC is. Is THC in the marijuana plant, or is it just a type of plant? Maybe is it used to treat diseases? Is it legal? If […]
Skater girls in India break gender stereotypes
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22 Aug 19

Skater girls in India break gender stereotypes

Vans campaign and award-winning video share the story of a group of skater girls in India breaking stereotypes In 2018, Vans created a campaign with Indian skater girls that charmed lovers of the sport. But above all, women who felt identified with the topic: breaking gender stereotypes through skateboarding. According to some articles, India is […]
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 […]
Kevin Peterson ‘s paintings on fauna and childhood freedom
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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...
Last Super Mario Bros is auctioned
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11 Mar 19

Last Super Mario Bros is auctioned

The last Super Mario Bros went up for auction for an amount you won’t believe! The last Super Mario Bros broke the highest record in its selling price for a video game of its kind. A rare copy, with the Super Mario Bros seal by Nintendo Entertainment System, released in 1985, has just been sold […]
5 Street art books you need to read
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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 […]
The black acrylic paint Anish Kapoor can’t use
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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 […]
The Museum of the Dog opens in New York
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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
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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
Blog English Art
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. […]
Dickies SS19 is a bold collection
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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, […]
Silent Hill: 20 years of terror
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6 Mar 19

Silent Hill: 20 years of terror

Silent Hill is and will be the first videogame to set the scene for the horror genre Silent Hill is for many the videogame that changed the game in the horror genre. The universe of suspense and mass of monstrous visions shocked the public for the first time exactly 20 years ago. Many of us […]
The top 5 streetwear brands
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6 Mar 19

The top 5 streetwear brands

ACC’s list of the top 5 streetwear brands: the alt fashion Rebel, unique and different are adjectives of streetwear brands and fashion. Born between the 80s and 90s, it was a movement spearheaded by youngsters searching for their own style. Inspired by the context they were living in, their biggest influences were specifically skateboarding, graffiti, […]
Versace and its special edition Biggie Smalls shades
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6 Mar 19

Versace and its special edition Biggie Smalls shades

Versace surprises us by reissuing the shades as an homage to Biggie Elegance is not at odds with streetwear. Proof of it is the limited edition signature medusa sunglasses that Versace launched, immortalized by the great Notorious BIG in his music video Hipnotize. The Versace shades are relaunching with a new edition, since Biggie last […]
Francisco Toledo and his cultural contribution
Blog English Art
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
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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 […]
RZA and Ghostface movie of the Wu Tang Clan
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4 Mar 19

RZA and Ghostface movie of the Wu Tang Clan

A production by RZA and Ghostface based on the life of the WTC Rappers RZA and Ghostface Killah are making a horror movie entitled Angel of Dust based on the life of the Wu Tang Clan. Namely, it focuses on Casey, a young promising rapper. The movie is a story within a story; it includes […]
Download classic comics at the Digital Comic Museum
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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 […]
Belgian artist Carsten Höller at Museo Tamayo
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1 Mar 19

Belgian artist Carsten Höller at Museo Tamayo

The Belgian artist Carsten Höller’s artworks will be exhibited at the Mexico City museum The Belgian artist Carsten Höller presents Hallucinations in Mexico this year. It is a theme park created with transparencies, confusing objects and rotating rooms. It will surely be a unique experience for every visitor. Carsten Höller is a Belgian-German artist born […]
The Cheetos Museum has all kinds of cheetos
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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 […]
The best murals in Mexico City
Blog Arte callejero English
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
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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
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
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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
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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
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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
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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 […]
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
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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 […]
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 […]
Jonathan LeVine Gallery opened its doors in new location
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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 […]
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
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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 […]
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 […]
Said Dokins: when calligraphy finds graffiti
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10 Oct 16

Said Dokins: when calligraphy finds graffiti

Mexican artist Said Dokins has put on curatorial projects related to urban arts and a number of political issues happening in his country For Said Dokins calligraphy and graffiti are intermediate practices of inscription and trace, of twisting symbolic orders and of political enunciation. Dokins lives and works in Mexico City. His cultural practice takes […]
Premio Antonio Giordano in his new edition 2016
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19 Jul 16

Premio Antonio Giordano in his new edition 2016

The event “Premio Antonio Giordano” presents his new edition of festival Premio Antonio Giordano (PAG) is an urban art festival aimed at promoting all forms of visual arts: painting, sculpture, photography and architecture. Focusing on contemporary art languages, PAG continues the research and experimentation activities carried out by the artist Antonio Giordano. A multifaceted exponent […]
All City Canvas presents a film Walter
Blog Art Street Art
13 Jul 16

All City Canvas presents a film Walter

A film produced by All City Canvas with the collaboration of Agostino Iacurci “WALTER” (2016) A film by Victor Celaya Produced by All City Canvas All City Canvas presents “WALTER”. A film that emerges from an urban art mural production that was made last year in Atlanta. Originally intended to be a documentation of the […]
Nychos and his solo exhibition debut “IKON”
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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 […]
Mural Festival 2016: Walking through Montreal’s street art
Blog Arte callejero Art
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 […]
INTI and his new mural called “La Madre Secular”
Blog Arte callejero Art
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 […]
Nychos Dissected Sigmund Freud in NYC
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25 May 16

Nychos Dissected Sigmund Freud in NYC

New creation by Nychos for his exhibition in Jonathan Levine Gallery Nychos’ is preparing NYC for something big! (we couldn’t expect less). As part of his solo exhibition, IKON at the Jonathan Levine Gallery starting June 25th. Nychos’ will produce an installation of Sigmund Freud being dissected. This amazing piece will be displayed in New York […]
Biggest Mural ever by 2501 in Ukraine
Blog English Street Art
12 May 16

Biggest Mural ever by 2501 in Ukraine

2501 just finished a new mural in Kiev, Ukraine and its just AMAZING! It’s the biggest mural ever so far! It’s incredible, isn’t it? This is the biggest mural ever painted so far! The mural is part of his Nomadic Experiment project, where he explores the interaction with the reality that can generate physical work of art. The […]
Masks of Courage: Defining True Identity in Brooklyn
Blog English Art
11 May 16

Masks of Courage: Defining True Identity in Brooklyn

The Masks of Courage’s artworks were donated to raise funds for the Natalia Ponce de León Foundation which defends and protects the human rights of victims of chemical attacks Brooklyn had one of the most interesting exhibitions on the night of April 28 at Gallery House “Masks of Courage: Defining True Identity” where more than […]
Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans, a recap by All City Canvas
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28 Mar 16

Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans, a recap by All City Canvas

Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans in New Zealand aims to raise awareness about the plight of the ocean All City Canvas had the opportunity to be a part of the latest edition of PangeaSeed Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans festival in Napier, New Zealand and we have an exclusive video recap of what happened down […]
Carlito Dalceggio: I Don’t Scream for an Audience, I Shout at the Holy
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3 Mar 16

Carlito Dalceggio: I Don’t Scream for an Audience, I Shout at the Holy

Interview with Canadian artist Carlito Dalceggio for All City Canvas We had the chance to talk with Canadian artist Carlito Dalceggio about his latest exhibition ‘I Do Not Scream For An Audience, I Shout At The Holy’ at Celaya Brothers Gallery in Mexico City. He presented a series of rebel, multidisciplinary, profoundly spiritual and symbolic […]
Pow Wow Asia Tour 2015 by Chop’ Em Down Films
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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 […]
JUSTKIDS x Bicicleta Sem Freio Limited T-shirt Series
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5 Feb 16

JUSTKIDS x Bicicleta Sem Freio Limited T-shirt Series

Surprising special merchandise by JUSTKIDS and Bicicleta Sem Freio JUSTKIDS and Brazilian artist Bicicleta Sem Freio team-up on a limited edition t-shirt series. After producing numerous acclaimed and sold out Fine Arts prints JUSTKIDS will be unveiling a unique limited edition t-shirt in collaboration with Brazilian Artist Bicicleta Sem Freio. Produced by hand at the JUSTKIDS lab in […]
Blek Le Rat talks about what modern propaganda is
Blog English Art
21 Jan 16

Blek Le Rat talks about what modern propaganda is

This is an exclusive interview with Blek Le Rat by All City Canvas We bring you very cool projects in Mexico, Paris, Warsaw, New York City and… we also bring you an exclusive interview with the legend himself: Blek Le Rat. He talked about ‘Propaganda’ his upcoming art show at Wunderkammern Gallery, which opens to […]
By the way, I am Orozco ‘s son
Blog English Art
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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New ROA mural at Ghent University Museum
Street Art grafiiti
22 Jun 20

New ROA mural at Ghent University Museum

Prior to the opening of a science center, an important artwork was presented: a new wildlife mural by ROA The new ROA mural was done at the Museum of the University of Ghent (GUM). The renowned artist created a monumental piece that celebrates his passion for biodiversity and the opening of this venue. The opening […]
Documentaries about racism you need to watch
Movies
22 Jun 20

Documentaries about racism you need to watch

We set out to find documentaries about racism that could broaden our scope and deepen our knowledge on the topic Before and after the murder of George Floyd, racism has been a universal evil that ends the lives of thousands of African Americans and POC in the US, and the following documentaries prove it. The […]
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 […]
The best street photographs according to LensCulture
Photography
17 Jun 20

The best street photographs according to LensCulture

These are the best street photographs of the Street Photography Awards 2020 Contest Check out the images! Like every year, LensCulture rewards the best photographs captured on the streets of the world with the Street Photography Awards. The platform has just announced the winners for 2020. Keep an eye on these beautiful images and follow […]