This Is Where We Stopped Trying To Make Sense Of It All

20 x 16 inches
acrylic and ink on board


arch painting

Inspired by our trip to the desert parks of Utah earlier this month, Dan did a sketch of a sandstone arch that resembled two lovers embracing. I liked the sketch and ran with it to make this painting. The whole time we were in Utah we couldn't believe how unreal the scenery of the Colorado Plateau was. We kept thinking that Moebius must have been inspired by these places, so this painting is definitely a bit of an homage to the French bandes dessinées master as well as to the mind bending grandeur of this desert landscape. If you ever have the chance to go to Utah - DO IT!

We sent this painting off to Detroit for the LAX/DTW exhibition being curated by Thinkspace Gallery. The exhibition, featuring over 80 artists, is being held at Innerstate Gallery and runs June 6th through July 4th, 2015.

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This original painting can be purchased right HERE!

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New exhibition opening in Los Angeles September 7th at Giant Robot!!! BE THERE!!

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
(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


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Exhibition opening at Outré Gallery in March 2013

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


infinite broken light

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Solo Exhibition opening in Toronto on November 16th 2012

If you are in the Toronto area, please join us and see what noodling we have been up to the last several months as we present a body of work devoted to animals that may not be long with us!  We will be presenting, drawings, paintings, resin sculptures, and ceramic pieces. Well over 30 new works on display. This has been an exciting process for us to try all kinds of new mediums and devote the entire body of work to some of the strange and wonderful creatures that inhabit our planet.

The show will be at Narwhal Gallery at the Junction in Toronto. 

Opening Reception:
Friday, Nov 16th

Until December 16, 2012

We will be there - and so should you!!!


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Magnetospheric S.O.S.

A small painting for our upcoming exhibition at Narwhal Gallery in Toronto (opening November 16, 2012) has also been uploaded to our Society 6 account.  There you can find a lot of rare kozyndan images available for prints, cards, iPhone cases, T-shirts and more.

polar bear

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Kozyndan exhibition in Toronto, Canada opening October 1st, 2009

The Unknown Portraits


Solo Exhibition & book launch

Thursday, Oct 1st, 2009
artists will be in attendance.  Signing from 6-8pm.

Narwhal Art Projects
680 Queen St. West
toronto, on, canada M6J 1E5
oct 1 - 25, 2009

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We are now in Toronto for the week for our exhibition at Nawhal Art Projects.

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Opening in Toronto was a blast!

Our opening in Toronto on Thursday, October 1st, was our first in over a year, and what a nice welcome back to exhibiting. The fans in Toronto are lovely and made us feel really welcomed. Also, according to kozy, they all have "GREAT hair!" So there you go Toronto - kozy has spoken and you have great hair. Thanks so much to everyone who came out!


installation 1

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Giant Robot 15 Years Biennale opens this weekend

Giant Robot Biennale 2: 15 Years

October 24, 2009 - January 24, 2010
Opening reception: Saturday, October 24, 2009, 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Japanese American National Museum
369 East First Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 625-0414

In 1994, Giant Robot was born with the purpose of documenting and promoting new, up-and-coming, underdog, overlooked, and hybrid Asian and Asian-American popular culture. Fifteen years later, the self-published magazine has not only evolved from a stapled-and-folded zine into a full-color, glossy publication with an international following, but also opened trend-setting shops and influential art galleries in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City.

To celebrate the magazine's longevity, energy, and loyal readership, the second Giant Robot Biennale is being hosted by the Japanese American National Museum in Downtown Los Angeles from October 24, 2009 to January 24, 2010. The event will feature several exhibits, including the following: To provide a visual overview of the Giant Robot aesthetic, publisher Eric Nakamura is curating artwork by individuals who have contributed to shows at Giant Robot's galleries, been featured in the pages of the magazine, or even contributed cover art. The main hall will include installations by

David Choe
Theo Ellsworth
James Jean
Stella Lai
Jack Long
Albert Reyes
Souther Salazar
Rob Sato
Jeff Soto
Deth P. Sun

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"Strangers" Group exhibition at Bold Hype Gallery, NYC - June 3, 2010


Next month we have a solo show in London and we are also in a group exhibition in New York City. The group exhibition is at the newly relocated Bold Hype Gallery and features quite a lot of awesome artists. The show opens June 3, 2010. If you are around NYC that night, check it out!

We will be debuting a new panoramic there! Limited edition prints and posters will be available.

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