Since 2006, Oak Oak has occupied streets, walls, sidewalks and roads with his collages, installations and stencils. His approach consists of hijacking urban infrastructures, having fun with the defects of the latter that at first glance seem trivial. These hijackings of everyday objects are intended to challenge passers-by, to arouse their surprise and why not to make them smile. He incorporates into the street references of pop culture, sometimes inspired by cartoons of our childhood, with humor and finesse.
The city is then transformed into a vast playground for the artist, who takes a childish and offbeat look at our daily environment.