From abandoned fabrics and lost railways to other murals of the world, the spanish artist Okuda created a personal universe that explores existentialist contradictions, meaning of life, the infinite, the false freedom of capitalism.

Inspired by surrealism art, pop art and his travels, Okuda’s work has been classified as pop surrealism, with evident presence of street art and urban art.

Geometric structures and multicolour prints, brilliant colours,  deconstructed animals, bodies without identity are all elements that the artist use in his work

The conflict between modernity and our roots is reflect through the artist material.

Okuda is currently based in Madrid.


Vinnie Nylon Exhibition, PichiAvo Exhibitions, C215 Exhibition, Dface Exhibition, Sylvia Ji Exhibition, David Bray Exhibition, Shepard Fairey Exhibition, Ronzo Exhibition, Kai & Sunny Exhibition, Miss Van Exhibition, Paul Stephenson Exhibition, Jason Woodside Exhibition, OKUDA Exhibition, Past Exhibition, The Lost Object Exhibition, Exhibition, ryca exhibition, Will Barras Exhibition, Augustine Kofie Exhibition, Ben Frost Exhibition, Zest Exhibition