9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOakMonsier Hurleur
I’m being unfair to the French street artist known as OakOak by showcasing only some of his deathly pieces, but I thought I needed a theme, and there were too many good ones to choose from.

You can call some of these optical illusions, if you define them as figure/ground optical illusions that have cartoon reality as the "figure," and reality as the "ground."

Who is this trickster OakOak? As he says:

"OakOak is a French artist who likes to play with urban elements."

Any budding practical jokers should look at his stuff to see how to do great visual pranks. Explore his site to see more: OakOak>>

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOaka poings fermes

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak bouches incendie

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak but why

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak charlie

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak guet apen

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak life is a game

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak Monsieur biscuit – Copie

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak tombe
And I’m cheating, because this is ten pictures, but I had to include this stylish guy:

9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOakDIABLEAUTIN

One thought on “9 amusingly violent street artworks (or cartoon optical illusions) by French artist OakOak”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>