Purchase Nomads 15th Anniversary Party 1996 Silkscreen Print by Frank Kozik Hand-Pulled on Fine Art Paper Limited Edition Pop Street Art Artwork.
1996 Signed by Kozik & Numbered Limited Edition of 675 Artwork Size 22.5x17.5 Silkscreen Print Band Gig Poster by Frank Kozik Nomads, Studion, Stockholm Sweden 5-6-1996 Depicts A Muscle Car Burning Out
Celebrating the 15th anniversary of the legendary Nomads, this distinctively vibrant silkscreen print from 1996 holds a significant place in the world of pop street art. Created by the inimitable Frank Kozik, renowned for his poster art, this artwork is more than a mere decoration - it serves as a testament to the era it embodies, an artifact of the vibrant street art culture of the late 20th century. Hand-pulled on high-quality fine art paper, this print radiates a raw, authentic feel. Its dimensions, 22.5x17.5 inches, make it a robust statement piece. With a limited edition of just 675, each copy is signed by Kozik himself and meticulously numbered. This meticulousness in the production process elevates the work beyond the ephemeral nature usually associated with street art, making it a collectible piece. Staged at the Studion in Stockholm, Sweden, on the 5th of June, 1996, the Nomads' anniversary gig was immortalized by this striking print. It depicts a muscle car engaged in an electrifying burnout, a bold image that vibrates with the punk-infused energy of the Nomads' music and the rebellious street art spirit that Kozik champions. The imagery is both a tribute to the heady power of the automobile and a symbol of the band's audacious spirit. This piece doesn't merely commemorate a concert, but a particular moment in time and the cultural shifts happening within it. The explosive vehicular illustration is a tangible representation of the era's energy, capturing the essence of the Nomads' music, and the fiery spirit of Kozik's artistry. The juxtaposition of a refined fine art print with a subject steeped in grit and rebellion makes for a captivating paradox. The 1996 Nomads 15th Anniversary silkscreen print by Frank Kozik is indeed a hallmark of pop street art, a tangible connection to a pulsating past.