1. We have visited David Datuna in his New York studio. His signature technique in his "Viewpoint of Millions" artwork is a network of positive and negative optical lenses suspended over a large-scale layered, collaged and painted image. The mixed media palette often includes photography, newspaper articles, magazine clippings, paint and color. David is also the first well-known artist to experiment with Google glasses for his work.

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  2. Provoking viewers and making them question convention and taboos has been the mission of Gilbert and George’s work since they met at St Martin's School of Art in London way back in 1967.
    Presenting themselves as “Living Sculptures”, Gilbert and George’s work is inspired by what they are confronted by in the streets of London. To them, the streets of London and the area in which they live mirror what’s happening in the world today.
    The resentment of authority, rules and convention are core themes which run through their works.
    Large in scale, Gilbert and George’s art works are thought provoking and challenging, and are often underpinned by a dry sense of humor. Let’s see if you agree…

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  3. As they say…’the names have been changed to protect the innocent’. Street artists do in fact believe they are innocent - as they feel they are beautifying an otherwise barren urban jungle. So needless to say Kaff-eine isn’t the real name of our next caffeine charged street artist. From Melbourne, Australia Kaffeine is a member of the city’s increasingly popular street art movement. Her fame has grown to the point that building owners donate their walls for her to paint… Oh – and one more interesting thing about Kaff – is that she’s a trained lawyer…

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