Mr. Ogay was born in Taipei and is highly active in local street art. With ugly as the underlying theme for his art, his art is easily distinguishable. He hovers in the gray areas of the art scene, and emphasizes the importance of individuality to resist in the homogenization of thinking. Mr. Ogay tries to subvert peoples existing values??, shifting the focus from the external appearance to the inherent nature of human things. His concept of creative thinking and keen observation is conveyed through his graffiti art and continues to develop, so that the focus is not on institutional and social revolt, but rather on improving the integration of artistry and personality qualities.