Photography: © Justkids

Psychedelic shapes and colours cover this Arkansas home, which has been drenched in rainbow paint by street artist Okuda San Miguel.

The artwork is designed to inject new life into the surrounding area of Fort Smith, particularly for the students of the nearby high school – which the artist says can watch the house change over the seasons.

Artist Okuda San Miguel gives an Arkansas house a technicolour paint job
Photography: © Justkids

Dubbed ‘The Rainbow Embassy’, the home is part of a wider initiative entitled The Unexpected, which is hoping to regenerate unloved parts of Arkansas with art commissions. San Miguel has already painted buildings in Morocco and Spain and is known for his use of vibrant colours and geometric shapes.

‘This project gave me the possibility to expand on my previous work, adding in more architectonic dimensions and completing my vision of mythical animals,’ says the artist.

‘The Rainbow Embassy’ is a permanent piece and joins a gas station by Camille Walala and murals by Ana Maria and Pref.

Artist Okuda San Miguel gives an Arkansas house a technicolour paint job
Photography: © Justkids
Artist Okuda San Miguel gives an Arkansas house a technicolour paint job
Photography: © Justkids
Artist Okuda San Miguel gives an Arkansas house a technicolour paint job
Photography: © Justkids
Artist Okuda San Miguel gives an Arkansas house a technicolour paint job
Photography: © Justkids

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