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Okuda recently spent few days in Swiss alps, working on this fantastic new piece for the first edition of the unique Vision Art Festival. Being one of the first artist to round up his work, we're happy to share the photos of this beauty in its full glory.

Okuda recently spent few days in Swiss alps, working on this fantastic new piece for the first edition of the unique Vision Art Festival. Being one of the first artist to round up his work, we’re happy to share the photos of this beauty in its full glory.
Painting on unevenly shaped walls on 2,500m above sea level, Spanish artist took advantage of the spot he was working on. Using his colorful geo-patterns he emphasized the shape of a ski lift station he painted on, nicely incorporating his surrealist characters into it, along with the starry night sections. Working with bright colors against tones of grey, he also used the existing objects on the wall into his work, adding more depth effect to the finished piece.
Check out more photos of this finished mural after the jump and lets all hope we get some nice photos of the work once it’s covered and surrounded in snow. Also, keep an eye out for more news coming from the peaks of Swiss alps soon.

Rom Levy

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