Okuda San Miguel’s unique iconographic language, formed by geometric structures and multicoloured patterns, together with his active participation in large-scale social projects, have made him one of the most recognised and admired artists in the world.
After the turning point in his career that was Kaos Temple – or the conversion of a church/skate-park into a contemporary art landmark at the end of 2015 – Okuda is now internationally demanded by cultural institutions and private brands, both for his large-scale public projects and for his own heterogeneous studio practice, which began in 2009.
Last rainbow deer, 2019
Synthetic enamel on wood. Diameter 110 cm
Wolf Mirage, 2019
Synthetic enamel on wood. 90 x 90 cm
Digital Hypnosis, 2020
Synthetic enamel on fiberglass. 62 x 158 x 37 cm
Panda playing to be God, 2019
Synthetic enamel on fiberglass. 61 x 74 x 80 cm
Synthetic enamel on wood. 250 x 300 cm