This gallery focuses on the use of space by modern Guerilla artists throughout various cultures. From New York to Rome, to London and beyond, the selection of works spotlights the unique talent of street artists to redefine the shape of a structure through its use. Street art is one of the most powerful art forms in today's society. Art and its placement in public space play a significant role in its composition. By transforming structures through color, line, shape and perspective, each artist controls the space in which a work is created. Styles range from the Classical imagery of Australian Fintan Magee to the "Vintage Futurism" of Los Angeles' Augustine Kofie. The influence of cultural interaction and its relationship to one's art is emphasized by the contrast of works in the gallery. It is hoped that the viewers of this collection find it inspirational and are encouraged to re-envision public space and its artistic potential.