Kozyndan as a collaboration of the artwork by two artists

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Kozyndan" has originated as a collaboration of the artwork by two amazing artists, Kozy and Dan. This pair has proved its excellence in every possible manner. Kozy is Japanese and Dan is an American and together they produce absolutely unique artwork.
A name that has originated as more of a brand was simply founded to have a common e-mail address at which friends could send common e-mails to Kozy and Dan…

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They generally draw Panoramas and insert absurd things, considering them to be the whole western notion and have made this their central theme.
Commonly known as mad scientists from Los Angeles who are working on a secret formula for controlled nuclear fusion like to take long and deep breaths and dip their heads in raspberry jelly and lemon curd bowls just for fun. They live indoors and don't paint on the walls.
They mainly draw panoramas and bring a distinct Asian flavour in most of their work. Their products are perfect examples of new art and the freshness and newness in their work aggravates the urge to know and understand every stroke of the painting.
On being asked to describe their work Kozy said: "We want to make stuff that will make people smile a bit. These pieces so far are not so deep - we have been restraining ourselves, though some of our... frustrations we have with what we see around us peep through from time to time. There is some sort of a theme of conflict between the industrialized world and nature. We prefer animals and the natural world to people any day, yet we are wholly sucked into the modern technological world. ...
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