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Masterpieces in 15 minutes

Feelin It, By Austino Okafor
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For most of us, 15 minutes, several putty knives, and a giant canvas would not be the ideal way to go about turning the art scene upside down. But then again, Nigerian born Austino Okafor is not most people. Like if it were me, i might need a few days, or a few weeks, and at least a paint brush for chrissakes

Aside from creating the Di-Fusion art movement, Okafor plans on contributing more to humanity than his bombastic art styles.These new plans include Okafor selling his original art, and prints, for the purpose of benefiting children with HIV in Africa, starting humanitarian eco-tourism projects off the coast of Ghana, Panama, and California, and basicly earning more "good karma points" than your average boy scout.

Not bad, eh?

Visit AustinoOkafor.com to check out what's crack-a-lackin', and to get a glimpse of the first set of limited prints.