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“11 Mirages to the Freedom” by Okuda in Youssoufia, Morocco

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March 9, 2016
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Okuda recently spent some time in Morocco where he was invited to paint a new church for the Street Art Caravane event.

Painting on the streets of Youssoufia, the Spanish street artist spent a few days to create this vibrant piece of work entitled “11 Mirages to the Freedom”. The piece feature some of his ultra colorful imagery with several elements ranging from animals to portraits.

Okuda’s work can be classified as pop surrealism with a clear essence of street art or urban art. His artwork is composed of geometric prints and multicolored ephymeral architectures that help blend with grey bodies and organic forms. These pieces of artwork often raise contradictions about existentialism, the universe, the infinite, the meaning of life, and the false freedom of capitalism. They help ignite conversations about the clear conflict between modernity and our roots.
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