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November 30, 2003

{     Kozyndan stuff     }    

Oh yes, the attention is definitely in the details, and when it comes to details, the married couple that is Kozyndan is on point. Working together on all in life, as well as their art, and making some truly beautiful work, these kids represent the most important thing for any artist, a definitive style. I'm not even gonna try to describe what the work looks like, except that it's cute, and true, and fun, and, and, just good stuff. You've just gotta see it. So, in the shop over there you can get offset prints of their amazing drawings, a cute as they come t-shirt, a pillow (!), and oh yeah, their book, "Urban Myths" as well. The details, the details... One more thing, they aren't available in the shop there, but I would so love to get my hands on one of those über-rad coffee mugs done for Design for Freedom!

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Firstly- The book they have available, Urban Myths, is 20 bones very well spent. While the lap-sized format may not be the best way to soak in these ultra-detailed prints and paintings, it's a great way to see a large body of their work. Most artists sell gallery books with less content for 2 or 3 times the price, so it's a steal. And they will autograph it for free!
Secondarily- I got the War of the Monsters poster for X-mas and cannot describe how happy I am with it. Printed on ultra-heavy stock, the colors are bright and sharp, the size is perfect for framing (I was able to buy a ready-made frame for 25 bucks) and blammo- gorgeous fine art is hanging on my wall. Forget about those moldy posters and club fliers pasted to your wall, THIS is decoration proper!
Also cool- Both you and your special life partner will love this work. Since the two artists strike such an incredible balance between masculine and feminine appeal, there's something for everyone. Buy this shit now before you see it copied everywhere and MTV is using knock-offs as filler between their reality game show beach parties.

Posted by: Adam Barraclough at December 29, 2003 10:27 PM
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