A San Francisco resident for the last decade, D Young V has engaged in a variety of media both in the gallery and on the street, depicting his vision of a new dystopian society. His characters, symbols and people represent a smattering of different modern day cultures and languages mixed into one. Though there is no linear narrative in place, most of Young's work is meant to engage the viewer and allow them to determine the roles of his characters and meanings of their symbols for themselves. Many of these viewer interpretations are then adapted into the progress of the work, thus allowing the audience to take a greater role in the creation of the concept. The face of his work is ever changing in style and media with every exhibition, which range from simple pen drawings to massive colorful installations. This allows every show/project to take on its own individual identity and evolution.