More Cleverly Placed Street Art by OakOak


If you’re looking for a little something to brighten up your day, come check out the cleverly placed street art by OakOak. The French street artist sees the city as his playground as he finds everything from stair rails and street lights to random markings on a wall to become a part of his clever creations. While at times he’ll feature pop-culture characters like King Kong or Calvin and Hobbes, for the most part his whimsical works take on the form of animals found in some hilariously unexpected places.










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