Abandoned Church Transformed With Colorful Graffiti In Morocco
Everything Okuda San Miguel touches turns to technicolor. You might remember him from the wild church-turned-skate-park we wrote about last year. Well, Okuda San Miguel is back, and this time he’s set his sights on a new building: an abandoned church in Youssoufia, Morocco.
The Madrid artist calls his latest creation “11 Mirages To The freedom,” and in his typical style, is colorful and geometric; partially organised by the British Council’s Street Art Caravane initiative in Morocco, it’s another spectacular feather in San Miguel’s cap!
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