The Work of OakOak, France.


Street artist OakOak doesn’t look for an empty wall when seeking a canvas for his creations.
In fact, it’s the structures that jut out of the wall and the imperfect cracks and peels that OakOak uses to form his creative scenes.
A chain becomes a funambulist’s tightrope; a manhole cover becomes a fencer’s mask; a doorknocker becomes a method of execution.
OakOak does most of his work in his home city of St. Etiene, France.
The project started out as a way to enhance the beauty of the industrial city.
For more of his fun street art, follow OakOak on Facebook.
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