For a few years now, the area around Brussels’ old fish market, by the Sainte Catherine church has become the open-air studio of French street artist OakOak. Playing cheekily with features of Brussels’ urban environment, OakOak transforms drain covers, doorsteps and street signage into humorous works of art. Ranging from manhole covers being swallowed by giant frogs to love stories between zebra crossing stripes, the artworks were commissioned by Brussels’ culture minister to make people look at the city in a new way.