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A 100-Year-Old Church Transformed Into A Skate Park Painted With Colorful Graffiti

16 de diciembre de 2015

A 100-Year-Old Church Transformed Into A Skate Park Painted With Colorful Graffiti

A historic church in the Spanish city of Llanera was transformed into a skate-park earlier this year by La Iglesia Skate; titled Kaos Temple, it has now undergone a second, more colorful transformation at the hands of street-artist Okuda San Miguel.

In collaboration with Red Bull, Okuda filled the church with bright, isometric, paintings. Verkami describes some of the work: “His iconic artistic piece Kaos Star represents a colorful and isometric rose of the winds that tries to tell us that it does not matter were you are, or what you are doing, what matters are your own goals.”

http://www.boredpanda.com/church-skate-park-kaos-temple-okuda-san-miguel/

BARROCO, ARTE EUROPEO Y CATÓLICO

6 de febrero de 2011


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