Incredibly Awesome Street Art
Street art is now recognized by the most exclusive art institutions in the world. This art form is unique because its canvas can be any place or thing in a city, making it free for anyone to enjoy.
This is what makes street artist OakOak’s work so cool. He doesn’t just do murals on empty walls. He uses things that already exist in urban areas — like cracks in a wall or objects on the street — to make beautiful, hilarious and creative works of art.
OakOak documents this work, called street art interventions, on his Instagram page. These are his best pieces of street art. We promise they’ll leave a smile on your face.
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
This Instagram post perfectly captures OakOak's creativity by bringing to life the huffing and puffing Big Bad Wolf.
We hope the three little pigs are OK.
Our (Street Art) Spider Sense Is Tingling
Fools see a crack. Artists see Spiderman's web as he cruises through the city looking for crime.
Sometimes, all you need is a couple of paper faces and a lot of creativity.
To be honest, this is one of the best street art interventions we have ever seen.
This is an incredible tribute to Charlie Chaplin, one of the greatest comedians of all time, and "Modern Times," one of the greatest movies of all time.
The aliens are here, and they're taking our cows.
We love how this decaying, abandoned building became a cozy home with a few sprays of the bottle.
Nature is the best accessory.
We dare you to use this Parisian urinal without feeling a little uneasy.
Classic Bart Simpson
OakOak utilized an abandoned building with a broken window to catch Bart Simpson in a typically mischievous act.
A crack on the wall becomes a beehive in the middle of the street. If only real bees had it this easy.
We'll never look at a concrete block bench the same way. And neither will the kids who helped out with this piece.
Storm conjured up all her powers for this work of street art.
We hope this awesome piece has not caused accidents.
The Mind Makes It Real
Neo can make bullets and pedestrians stop at will.
I Lava You
This was probably inspired by Disney's heartwarming short. We'd definitely go to this skatepark.
Street Art Gets Political
This intervention is so popular you can buy a poster of it at OakOak's shop. It's definitely a cool sign to take to your next climate change protest.
Fear the Abandoned Factory Monster
Two dots and two arms turn an abandoned machine in an old factory into an adorably terrifying monster.
Marsupilami in the Streets
You thought the line was meant to bar cars from parking, but it was really the tail of the beloved French-Belgian cartoon character, Marsupilami.
Oil Spot or Super Power?
This street fighter is ready to hit you with his best shot, in the form of a toxic oil spot.
Now you know who to thank for the glimmering city lights.
The Myth of Sisyphus
It seems like Sisyphus has traded in his giant boulder for something infinitely more difficult to roll up a hill.
We give this street art intervention a perfect 10.
Street Treasure Hunt
Ugly paint spills become an adventure in this urban pirate's dream.
The Watery Caveman
Sometimes a watermark is just a watermark. Other times, it is a Captain Caveman that needs to be discovered.
This little stunt person is defying the laws of gravity while making the city just a little brighter.
This Is Not a Magritte Painting
One of Rene Magritte's most iconic painting comes to life in the shape of a bollard.
We commend Oakoak for realizing the top of bollards look exactly like a bowler hat and bringing the rest of the image together.
The Force Decides Who Passes Through
The force is strong with this boom barrier. Only cars with their own light savers may attempt to go through.
When the city gives you random urban waste, make clever art.
Let's take a moment of silence for these poor posts who suffered a terrible fate.