Wynwood Walls (Asiafricalism)
During Miami’s 2016 Art Week, Okuda was invited by Goldman Global Arts to participate in some of the activities taking place at Wynwood Walls. A mural in the central square of the Wynwood Walls named “Asiafricalism” that represented, in the artist’s particular style, the exotism of each one of us, a creative approachh that seeks the essence underlying in every individual through a multicoloured skin portrait that represents some how different origins but the same skin. A statement of individual freedom and optimism in this multi-cultural world we are living in.
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Okuda also participated in the group exhibition “Originals” taking place at Wynwood Walls art gallery together with some of artists such as 1010, Alexis Díaz, Case, Crash, Dasic Fernández, Faith XLVII, Logan hice, Pichi&Avo, Pixel Pancho, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, The London Police or Tristan Eaton among others. A compilation of studio works of some the artists that have participated painting a mural at Wynwood Walls.