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All City Canvas x A Review

17 May


Thanks to All City Canvas and to all the artists that took part for the video.

From April 30 to May 5 Mexico City showed nine of the best international and national artists, with large samples of urban art. Using buildings as some iconic paintings in Mexico City. At last came the moment that Mexico would host an event of an institutional nature in regard to street art.

All City Canvas is was the first “festival” of urban art in Mexico City and that through this initiative, Mexican artists, European and EU one, endowed cultural and creative energy to Mexico City, during the week. All City Canvas facilitated the mobilization of thousands of young, eager to observe and document the intervention process architectural buildings in the capital. It was a week to remember.

Participating Artists included…

SanerHerakutInteresni KazkiSegoROAVhilsEl MacAryzEscif

Boneyard Project: Return Trip

29 Jan


Thanks to Viejas Del Mercado, Pima Air and Space Museum, Retna,
How and Nosm, Saner and Nunca for the video!

An ambitious project involving numerous international contemporary artists and disused Military airplanes made it’s debut last night at the Pima Art and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona. The Boneyard Project: Return Trip will include artists Andrew Schoultz, How and Nosm, Nunca (Brazil), Retna, and Faile who will all paint their own individual airplanes, along with cockpit from Saner (Mexico).

The concept for resurrecting the no longer active airplanes was conceived in spring 2010 by Eric Firestone, and organized with curator Carlo Mccormick. Also on display will be previous work from Eric Firestone Gallery’s Nose Job show that took place last year featuring artist such as Aiko, Bast, Crash, Daze, El Mac, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, Futura, Erik Foss, Tara Mcpherson, Richard Prince, Lee Quinones, Kenny Scharf, and many more. We suggest that if you are near Tuscon to not miss this event!

Saner x Sego x Wynwood Walls

8 Dec


Thanks to Here Comes the Neighborhood, Wynwood Walls, Saner & Sego for the video.

In this video, Mexican artists Saner and Sego collaborate on a mural for the Wynwood Walls. They create a colorful dreamscape together, building on themes that each of the artists have explored for years. Saner’s interpretation of the work, and his poetic eloquence helps elevate the wall into an ethereal realm, while Sego, traveling to the United States for the first time, brings an astute attention to detail, and a stunning technique grounded in the complexities of the natural world. These Artists exemplify the power of art, both public and private, to function as a change agent, using this mural as a tool to reframe the worlds view of Mexico; from a dangerous narco state, to one of the most beautiful, mystical and transformative cultures in the world.

Intercambio x Wynwood Walls

3 Dec


Thanks to Here Comes the Neighborhood, Wynwood Walls, Vhils, Neuzz, Sego, Saner, Interesni Kazki, b. and Liqen.

Founder Tony Goldman expresses his privilege to welcome this year’s artists whom are traveling to the United States for the first time, including Alejandre Farto aka Vhils from Portugal, Neuzz, Sego and Saner from Mexico, Interesni Kazki from The Ukraine, b. from Greece and Liqen from Spain.

Saner x Dreams

1 Jul



Thanks to Saner for the videos!

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Saner x Dhear x Neuzz x Worlds

5 Jun


Thanks to Montana Colors, Saner, Dhear and Nuezz for the video!

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