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Vhils’ book by Underdogs Gallery
Books Art
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 […]
Taschen presents book by Antoni Gaudí
Books Art
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 […]
David Hockney’s book of drawings made with iPad and iPhone
Books Art
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 […]
The Paper, a new book by Christoph Niemann
Books Art
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 […]
Illustrated book of recycled paper becomes a miniature garden
Books Design
28 Nov 19

Illustrated book of recycled paper becomes a miniature garden

If watered, this illustrated book made with recycled paper grows small plants and teaches children about the importance of waiting patiently The Boy Who Could Not Wait is a handcrafted and interactive illustrated book made from 100% recycled paper, as well as hand-stitched. It is a “magic book” which —if watered with water— turns into […]
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 […]
Banksy Captured: the photo book of the artist by Steve Lazarides
Books Street Art Photography
6 Nov 19

Banksy Captured: the photo book of the artist by Steve Lazarides

Unpublished photographs of the artist’s work make up Banksy Captured by Steve Lazarides, who worked with him for over a decade as his agent Steve Lazarides, Banksy’s gallerist, photographer and former manager, launched Banksy Captured. The book reveals photographs of the British artist who he represented for over ten years. In it, he shows unpublished […]
5 Street art books you need to read
Blog Arte callejero English
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 […]
Alice in Wonderland illustrations by Salvador Dalí
Blog English 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 […]
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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 […]