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Celevbrating the work of Daz or Kozi as he was known along with his collaborators and Doncaster's street artists.  Josie Mallinder says:

 

"Daz’s creativity and love for art began at a young age; he skateboarded, learnt to DJ as a teenager and enjoyed drawing and painting. His passion continued into adulthood, he completed a degree in contemporary art in Leeds and his interest in street art continued to grow. After finishing his degree and returning to Doncaster he continued to spend all his free time thinking about or creating art, his imagination and creativeness was endless and he was always bursting with new ideas for walls, projects and new pieces. He began to get involved in some community projects including graffiti workshops and creating illustrations for Doncopolitan and he was excited to be involved in more in the future.

 

Daz had a joyfulness and passion that was infectious, he was filled with love and could see the best in everyone and everything. He encouraged everyone to embrace their artistic side and was never anything but supportive, kind and positive. The impact he has had on the people who he came into contact with is ongoing and I still meet new people over seven years after he died who talk about him with much love, respect and admiration. The immense and enduring positive influence he had, and the devastating hole he left, is also shown through the artworks that are still designed and painted each summer in his memory."

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