Miguel Ovalle was born in Miami, Florida. Living in a poor area of Miami, art became a way for Ovalle to escape, making his own toys out of cardboard, glue, and masking tape.
In 1995 Ovalle received a full scholarship at MICA. Since, Ovalle has been making his impact felt in the worlds of art as a sculptor, painter, illustrator, graphic designer, and fashion designer.
Much of Ovalle’s influences come from years of living and working in Japan. He was commissioned by companies such as SONY, and United Colors of Benetton and independent street wear brands like Community and Brooklyn Queens Express. He also a painted murals in a very popular Night Club called Harlem in Tokyo, and was featured as a special guest artist at the Hip Hop Conference B Boy Park by Rock Steady Japan at Yoyogi Park in Tokyo, Japan.