The Shark Charmer

gouache on paper
14x20 in
2009

Painting of an ama who has hypnotized a hammerhead and tiger shark. The piece was originally created for a benefit event to raise awareness about shark finning put on by the Tokyo based group Pangeaseed.

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Campbell's Shark Fin Soup

2012
soup can, resin, sculpey, acrylic, wood

Our piece for the "I Like Soup" exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art which opened May 2012

We sought to create a really grisly, didactic piece that is not in any way clever, but just pointing out our disgust with the practice of shark finning and the Chinese continued appetite for destruction that is pushing these amazing animals to the brink of extinction.

Sharks sculpted by Kozy, painted by Kozy and Leah. Label by Leah and Dan. Resin by Kozy and Dan with major assist from Charlie Becker.

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Camouflage

gouache on paper
30x22 in
2007

Bunnyfish are clever when it comes to hiding from predators.

For our show Outré Gallery in

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Mandalic Sphyrna mokarran

2010
gouache on board
38 x 51 cm

From our exhibition entitled "And Then There Were None" in London at Nelly Duff Gallery in June 2010.

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