Quirky husband and wife Kozyndan have released a brilliant new trippy ode to California – a tribute to the natural grandeur of their home state. “We wanted to make a playful, trippy, nostalgic image revering the beautiful land that we have called home,” explained Kozyndan.
'An Ode to California' is fantastic signed open edition is bursting with psychedelic colours and imagery from the magical world of nature. The famous Redwood Forest and the Californian ocean are both imaginatively depicted. Relating to the hippie culture surrounding California in the 1960s, the print includes lots of hippy-loving naked people including a cross-legged child dreaming of a natural world. One of the main features in the print is a kaleidoscopic three-headed grizzly bear. The majestic grizzly bear is a North American subspecies of the brown bear and the symbol of California.
The print was first created as a mural for the ‘SuperAwesome: Art and Giant Robot’ exhibition at Oakland Museum of California. Their incredible artwork, which measures an outstanding 17 feet tall and 36 feet wide, will be on display at the museum until the 27th of July 2014.
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