Born in Santander, Spain, 1980. Lives in Madrid and works from his studio in the Spanish Capital. The unique iconographic language of Okuda San Miguel, with its geometric structures and multicoloured patterns, together with his active participation in major social projects, has made him an admired contemporary artist.
Okuda's repertoire includes mural and sculptural interventions and gallery exhibitions on four continents. His distinctions include being the first contemporary artist to be chosen for Valencia's prestigious Falles festival, a spectacular series of sculptures for Boston Seaport and his participation in thhe Titanes project, designed to promote socia inclusion through art.
His creations mix colour and geometry with organic shapes to create an evocative symbology. Okuda's work can be classified as Pop Surrealism but maintains the essence of its roots in the streets. Always seeking to inspire viewers, his works raise universal issues while leaving the final interpretation up to them.