Okuda San Miguel
Okuda is famous for turning abandoned places with colorful images and forms. Hailing from Spain, Okuda’s work is a blend of multi-colored geometric structures and patterns joined with animal and organic shapes to create a unique blend of form and architecture. His work on the streets and abandoned factories in is hometown are clearly recognizable , and Okuda also creates more intimate works in his studio. Geometric structures and multicolored prints merge with organic, gray bodies in artistic pieces that could be categorized as Pop-Surrealism with a clear influence by street art. His works often raise contradictions on existentialism, the universe, the infinite, the meaning of life, the false freedom of capitalism, and show a clear conflict between modernity and our roots; in short, between man and himself. His works can be seen in streets and galleries around the world: India, Mali, Mozambique, the United States, Japan, Chile, Brazil, Peru, South Africa, Mexico, and the entire European continent.
Okuda San Miguel's entries in "Murals"