Purchase Antiseen Shiv Stepsister Zen Guerilla 1995 Cleveland Ohio Silkscreen Print by Frank Kozik Hand-Pulled on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork.
1995 Signed by Kozik & Numbered Limited Edition of 650 Artwork Size 18x23 Silkscreen Print Band Gig Poster by Frank Kozik. Antiseen Shiv Stepsister Zen Guerilla Euclid Tavern Cleveland, Ohio 9-15-1995
In concert promotion, Frank Kozik's distinctive silkscreen prints stand as coveted pieces for collectors and fans of the pop and street art movements. His creation for the Antiseen, Shiv, Stepsister, and Zen Guerilla gig, dated September 15, 1995, at the Euclid Tavern in Cleveland, Ohio, is an exemplary piece of this niche. The limited edition print, with only 650 copies signed and numbered by Kozik, showcases the raw and energetic visual language synonymous with Kozik's style. With dimensions of 18x23 inches, this print was more than an announcement; it was a piece of art that captured the spirit of the musical acts it promoted. The imagery is quintessentially Kozik, blending anthropomorphic characters and a whimsical yet provocative arrangement, radiating the punk and hardcore essence of the headlining band Antiseen. Such visual elements are characteristic of Kozik's art, reflecting the underground music scene's gritty and rebellious ethos. The cow and wolf figures, dressed in human attire and engaging in a mock marriage ceremony, serve as a satirical comment, perhaps on the state of society or the inflammatory nature of the bands. In the corner, a pig appears content, contributing to the print's eccentric narrative. This work serves not just as an advertisement for a one-night event but as an artifact that speaks to the cultural and artistic milieu of the mid-90s. Kozik's work is a bridge connecting the subcultural to the mainstream, using the accessible medium of the gig poster to disseminate his unique brand of visual art. These silkscreen prints stand as an intersection where the transitory nature of street art is given permanence, where the voice of underground music is visualized, and where the collectible quality of fine art meets the democratic spirit of street art. This print from the Euclid Tavern event celebrates that union, immortalizing a moment in the continuously evolving narrative of pop and street art.