He is an artist, visionary and think tank. He conceived the bor­derless land of IMAGINE NATION, a borderless country linked by social values to bring about massive environmental and social change.

Previously in the 1990s, he was an energy drink pioneer with the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Group. In the late 1990s he became an Internet pioneer, creating the world’s first Internet ordering system by linking his online website to a customized accounting software that was built by a couple of friends.

He became an art pioneer on September 12, 2001, the day after 9/11; David became an artist by founding the Thinkism Art Movement, thus creating the first fine art movement of the 21st century (“known as the socially conscious art movement”). He became a green vision­ary in 2001, producing the world’s first painting about climate change, almost 7 years before Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth film, called Polar Bear Extinction, shown above in his Extinction Style (“the main subject is left blank on canvas”).

Artist David Kam is said to be able to use both his right brain and left brain to pursue both creative projects and logical (technological)  solutions at the same time, having graduated from Industrial Engineering (with a minor in business), but is now working as an artist.