Offset poster on 80lb cover stock with a matte coated finish
Signed by the artist
36" x 17.5"
We wanted to make a playful, trippy, nostalgic image revering the beautiful land that we have called home. We depict a sort of far-fetched, utopian, hippie rewilding of the landscape. Humans, newcomers to this place are appropriately scaled down small to be dwarfed by the majesty of the land, plants and animals. The central figure is a child that represents us all, as the child dreams of a future California in which we have returned to some sense of balance with the natural world.
About the Artist
Prolific collaborators Kozyndan - partners Kozue and Dan Kitchens - are known for their beguiling drawings, prints, and sculptures that seduce through their facility with degrees of representation that shift from the photorealistic to the cartoonish, their gentle humour, wanton use of colour and sometimes haunting imagery.
Widely acclaimed for their digitally painted pencil drawings of contemporary urban cityscapes and cleverly re-interpreted Japanese ukiyo-e prints, Kozyndan’s work reflects their “unease and love of the modern world.”
They are obsessed with the ocean and being underwater and hope to someday come to rest at the bottom of the sea and slowly be devoured by deep creatures over many years.