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OKUDA – The Spanish Surrealist Street Artist

By Anca dArc on April 28, 2016

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OKUDA - The Spanish Surrealist Street Artist - the vandallist (4)

 

Geometric prints, multicolored transitory architectures that mix with gray bodies and organic forms.

OKUDA SAN MIGUEL is inspired by surrealism art, pop art, and even different cultures he comes across with throughout his travels. He is also inspired by films that are created by Jodorowsky, Michael Gondry, Leos Carax, and Terry Guilliam to name a few.

His kaleidoscopic colors, skulls, geometric patterns, they produce mental incitement and visually delightful content. His vibrant jungle of colors found its place on walls, paintings, photographs. Okuda’s signature is color, the brighter the better.

The artist believes in his freedom to create art and stay positive. He does not believe in religion but believes that God is inside every individual. The best way to live life is to be a good and a peaceful person.

 

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Infinite World 2015, a film by Okuda San Miguel from Javier Díaz on Vimeo.

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