Purchase Heads Mao Tinitus 10" Vinyl Album Release Silkscreen Print by Frank Kozik Hand-Pulled on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork.
1997 Signed by Kozik & Numbered Limited Edition of 100 Artwork Size 33.5x11.5 Silkscreen Print Band Gig Poster by Frank Kozik
The 1997 release of "Mad Tinnitus" by The Heads marks a creative collaboration between the band and renowned artist Frank Kozik, who brought his distinctive style to the limited edition silkscreen print for the album's 10" vinyl release. Known for his ability to encapsulate the spirit of the music scene within his art, Kozik's design for "Mad Tinnitus" celebrates pop art through the lens of street aesthetics, a testament to the synergy between auditory and visual experiences in the cultural landscape. Measuring 33.5x11.5 inches, the artwork stands out with its vivid color scheme and striking imagery, characteristic of Kozik's bold design ethos. The piece features a dual portrait that commands attention, utilizing a contrast that pops against the print's background. This limited edition silkscreen, hand-pulled on fine art paper, was signed and numbered by Kozik, with only 100 copies made, adding to its exclusivity and appeal among collectors and music enthusiasts alike. Kozik's artwork for The Heads' release is a dialogue between music and graphic art, a physical embodiment of the album's energy and the era's artistic tendencies. It's a slice of the 90s music scene captured in print, echoing the band's raw sound with Kozik's basic visual punch. As a piece of pop and street art, it bridges the gap between two realms traditionally seen as separate. The artwork has a magnetic pull, reminiscent of the gritty yet vibrant walls of urban landscapes, where music often serves as a backdrop to the visuals. Collectors of Kozik's work appreciate not only the visual impact of his art but also the stories they tell and the histories they encapsulate. This print, serving as a band gig poster as well, is a narrative piece, conveying a moment in time when "Mad Tinnitus" became a visual experience as much as an auditory one. Such pieces have carved out their niche in the art world, celebrated for their crossover appeal and for capturing the essence of a particular musical epoch.