1984. Barcelona, SPAIN.
The style of Okrabelo is based on the creation of compositions made of recycled posters collected from ads from the displayers streets. This way he creates new surfaces with textures full of unreadable messages that it's inevitable not to notice them.
Behind this artist (or rather floating through him) exist his spectral character called Beast Okok, influenced by the Japanese Kaiju world, which applies as an icon for his style in multiple formats in every city he visits.
He takes fast actions with wheatpaste posters, sometimes representing pop culture icons that they grow in size to have more presence in the streets. Recently he had taken advantage of the unusual formats in the urban furniture to create reproductions of Campbell's soup cans adapted with his own style.