The Artist That Finds Every Street With a Crack on the Wall and Turns It Into Art- His Artwork Is Lovely and Unique

Plain and raged walls often times can become a means for inspiration. Various forms of art including graffiti can beautify the borning streets of the city

In the last few years, the number of talented street artists has grown dramatically, meaning that this also affects people’s interest in street art as it is not an easy thing to create clever art in a short period of time.

Now they are making street art a very popular art among youth artists. Putting their work on social media, it’s gaining more attention than ever.

The chosen artist for today is OakOak. He is a street artist that describes himself as a “fun-loving street artist who likes to play with urban elements,” given that his creations range from either being very light and humorous to being very inspirational and deep as he tries to bring exposure to important topics such as climate change.

OakOak loves to take walks around the city. That is where he evolves his style by being inspired by little cracks on the was or insignificant details. That is precisely what he will be looking for. So if you see a french boy wandering the streets in search of little cracks know that it is Oak. So it is his world.

Without losing more time let’s jump right away to see Oaks artwork, let us know in the comments down below which one is your favorite.

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“I Need References To Transcribe The World Around Me”: Photographer Goes Viral After Calling Out Prize-Winning Student For Stealing Her And Others’ Work

There’s a thin line between inspiration and full-on copying. Although music and movies are two of the most well-known forms of entertainment that suffer the most from copyright infringement, plagiarism is not so uncommon in the art world as well.

Recently, a famous photographer Jingna Zhang, better known as “zemotion,” suffered copyright infringement and posted about it on Twitter. The woman posted a tweet saying that some artist ripped off her photograph from a cover shoot for Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam to make his oil pointing. The unoriginal painting also won a cash prize and was exhibited at Luxembourg’s Strassen Stroossen Culture Center.

The photographer posted a series of tweets explaining the entire situation. The oil painting by artist Jeff Dieschburg is almost identical to zemotion’s photograph. In addition, it appears that it was not the first time artist full-on plagiarised someone’s work. Below you’ll find the series of tweets that Jingna Zhang has posted and some spot-on reactions from Twitter users.

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Jingna Zhang, in the photography world better known as “zemotion,” recently had her work blatantly copied and raised this issue on Twitter

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The artist Jeff Dieschburg made an oil painting that looked almost identical to zemotion’s photograph from a cover shoot she did in 2017

Image credits: zemotion

Image credits: zemotion

Artist’s unoriginal work was featured in an exhibition and also won a cash prize

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Image credits: zemotion

The photographer also shared screenshots of the artist’s very peculiar understanding of where the line between inspiration and copying lies

Image credits: zemotion

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Image credits: zemotion

Turns out, this wasn’t the first time that the artist has copied someone’s work with only little alterations

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Luxembourg art student even hired a lawyer 

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The unoriginal work is priced at €6,500

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Image credits: zemotion

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Zhang’s photo from a cover shoot has been featured in Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam and is widely recognized

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Image credits: zemotion

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Twitter users also went ahead and voiced their reactions to the plagiarism of Zhang’s photo

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