Street Artist Okuda Transforms An Abandoned House Into An Universal Chapel – Design You Trust

Street Artist Okuda Transforms An Abandoned House Into An Universal Chapel

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The Spanish street artist Okuda San Miguel (previously here, here and here) has unveiled a new creation in Arkansas, transforming an abandoned house into an universal chapel, celebrating mankind, nature and all its creatures. An explosive artwork made of colorful and geometric shapes, that Okuda San Miguel created as part as The Unexpected Art Festival.

More info: Okuda (h/t: ufunk)

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