Spanish artist Okuda is brightening up a nineteen storey building in Paris by giving it a contemporary makeover with a revisited portrait of Mona Lisa. Using more than 450 spraycans, Okuda painted one of Europe’s tallest murals at 50 metres (164 feet) high by 15 meters wide during less than five days. Check after the
The City of Paris has been transformed into an arty Olympic park to support its bid for the 2024 Olympic Games. Urban Art being one of the key cultural components of Paris, a 90 meters long collective work inspired by the Olympic rings has brought together graffiti artists from the French Kiss crew including Lek, Sowat,
A year in the life of Spanish street artist Okuda San Miguel with a journey to places like Australia, Tahiti or Thailand. Alone or in company of fellow artists like Felipe Pantone or Remed. A vital experience for Okuda and his art!
“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love colour the most,” John Ruskin famously proclaimed in the 19th century. Our attraction to colour is innate and influences us every day, in a myriad of contexts. In our technology-centric world today, the possibilities of colour are great than ever. At a special exhibition at
Okuda recently the italian town of Arcugnano where he was invited to participate in the third edition of Art In The Streets project. This time around, the Spanish artist and his fellow assistant Antonyo Marest painted five different murals over the walls of the town’s kindergarten. Okuda was welcomed by the children from the neighborhood that created with
While we last heard from him in Morocco, Okuda is now in China where he just finished working on a brand new piece on the streets of Hong-Kong. In town for the HKWalls Street Art Festival, the Spanish artist brought to life some of his vibrant imagery for the locals to enjoy. Taking over an
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
After months of planning and a successful self initiated fundraising campaign, Okuda San Miguel spent the last few weeks working on his biggest and most unique project to date. Painting the inside of an abandoned church from 19th century in Llanera, Asturias, Spanish artist recently wrapped up project Kaos Temple. Skate Church was created three years
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