Global creative house and curator Justkids partnered with property developer WS Development to launch Air, Sea and Land, the largest public art undertaking of world-renowned Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel, in Seaport.
Take a look of what went down during the infamous Crystal Ship Festival this summer. If you haven’t heard, it is a contemporary art festival that specializes in public spaces, producing over 25 installations, sculptures and murals per year.
This is the last mural intervention by Okuda on San Miguel. After the Kaos Temple project, the artist has painted the outside of another church in Youssoufia (Morocco), as part of Street Art Caravane under the auspices of the British Council in different Moroccan cities.
The Church of skate (“La Iglesia Skate” in Spanish) in Llaseras (Spain) opens again its doors with the intervention of the artist OKUDA in collaboration with his team @hattori_ @misterpiro @antonyomarest @inkandmovement.