Smile! Creative Street Art in France by OaKoAk

Smile! Creative Street Art in France by OaKoAk

For today we gathered a few street art works that are sure to bring a smile on your face. OaKoAk is a “French artist who likes to play with urban elements”. The result? Cute urban jokes that liven up the gloomy city streets. From the “Chuck Norris Sat Here” broken bench (you guys are probably familiar with all the buzz around Chuck Norris jokes lately, we are certain) to a puzzled Pinocchio and ghosts with brick heads, the array of subjects seems to be never-ending. We really like the artist’s art “improvisations” and believe they are able to make anyone’s day just by encountering them unexpectedly on the street. There is even a design idea that you might have observed (the one with the piano stairs) that could be implemented indoors also. Enjoy the photos and contact the designer if you need any other type of information.

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7 comments

  • Amy Purehome June 21, 2011 at 02:47 AMLogin to Reply →

    Love the camels on the horizon – ingenious!

  • Jan Erlandsen June 21, 2011 at 07:58 AMLogin to Reply →

    The name is OaKoAk, actually… :)

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  • Lien Ankjell June 21, 2011 at 11:42 AMLogin to Reply →

    hah! so cool!

  • LK June 21, 2011 at 19:49 PMLogin to Reply →

    Full of wit and humour – no one will ever be angry about this kind of art applied to public property.
    Random elements of solid substance are completed to turn into a surprise picture. Great idea! These things will make people smile, not grumble and complain as if they had seen graffiti.

  • Simone June 23, 2011 at 15:01 PMLogin to Reply →

    The “ghost with the brick head” is a rendition of Edvard Munch’s “The Scream.”

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