We created a new mural experience for the exhibition "SuperAwesome: Art and Giant Robot" which opened April 19, 2014 at the Oakland Museum of California.
The piece is called "An Ode To California" and is 17 feet tall and 36 feet wide, and also covers the floor between the 3 walls. (Posters and prints available in our web shop) It is basically an emphatic, trippy appreciation of the grandeur of California - its geography and wildlife, and the inspiration they conjure.
New Additions to our "Bunny Blossom" dinnerware from This Is A Limited Edition are out NOW! Teapot, oliver bowl, and espresso set just released. Each lovely bone china piece is sequentially numbered from an edition of 1000.
Get them HERE!!!
The new pieces with Espresso Set in forground
Pangea Seed has released our new print, "Vegans: Manatees n Bunnies". Exciting!
Find out more info about the print and buy it HERE!Title: "Vegans: Manatees'n'Bunnies"Edition Size: Edition of 150 (signed & numbered)Print Details: Fine-art Giclée print archival Somerset watercolor paperDimensions: 30" x 24" plus 3-inch border with hand-deckled edgesPrice: $300.00 plus shipping & handling
End of Summer Never Ends September 7–25, 2013 Reception: Saturday, September 7th, 6:30 – 10:00 PM Giant Robot 2 (GR2) 2062 Sawtelle Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90025 http://gr2.net/ (310) 445-9276
An opening reception for the artists will take place from 6:30 – 10:00 PM on Saturday, September 7th.
Join the Faccebook Event
If you are in the So Cal area, please come join us at the ACE Hotel and Swim Club in Palm Springs this Sunday, July 28 2013 for our workshop at their SUMMER SCHOOL event. I want to show you how to be an underwater model (or how to take pictures of your friends!) and take away a fun photo of yourself from inside the pool at the Ace Hotel!
We'll provide props, and feel free to bring your own as well! Lets have some pool fun! Bathing suits optional! ;D
Our workshop will be on Sunday July 28 from 2:30 to 4:30 PM.
We will be in Australia for most of March to attend the opening of our exhibition at all three of Outré Gallery's locations. We are exhibition two new panoramic images created especially for the exhibition (one set in Melbourne, the other in Sydney), as well as other prints, drawings, and numerous paintings that touch upon our yearning to return to a natural state, and our continued flight from nature.
The exhibition will opening on the following dates:
Melbourne - March 8
Perth - March 15
Sydney - March 22
Hope to see you lovely Aussies at Outré Gallery next month! <3
NEW kozyndan "BLACK bunny blossom" limited edition art cushion is available now from Click For Art.
We have released several cushions with them in the past and I have to say, they make a great product. The cushions are so soft and the print quality so fine.
As we prepared to create the silk screen edition of our "Bunny Blossom" earlier this year, our printer showed us a misprinted version of the print as a color proofing. In it he had printed the bunnies black instead of white. We thought the image rather striking, but it was just a one off misprint and never recreated… until now for this cushion! We dig it!
Now available in our web shop is a new limited edition COLOR version of our popular "Spirit Animal Collective" image.
"Spirit Animal Collective (Tinted)" is a limited edition of 150 signed and numbered archival digital prints on Somerset watercolor paper with deckled edges. Its 28 x 22 inches plus 3 inch white borders.
The print is based on kozy's 2009 drawing "Spirit Animal Collective". The drawing was the culmination of kozy's 4 year-long "Unknown Portraits" project, which involved Kozy's nearly obsessive search through old photographs in junk shops from Australia to Spain to Northern England to San Francisco to our own backyard in Venice Beach (and more!). Most of the drawings were the size of playing cards, but for the final artwork Kozy create a massive graphite rendering of a 1940's-era New Zealand primary school class photo. In it she imagined the camera to reveal the spirit animal within each of the students. This summer we decided to produce a colorized version reminiscent of old tinted photos (Dan's grandmother used to tint photos as a side job while raising her children) and this is the result.