Urban Vinyl Designer Frank Kozik
The Urban Artist Frank Kozik was born in Madrid, Spain in 1962. At the age of 14, his family moved to the States and settled in Austin, Texas. The beginning of his career as a designer started with his pursue of reviving the "lost" art of the concert poster, pushed by the on growing underground Rock scene in Austin in the the mid-eighties.
Frank Kozik designs later some years covered the art of big Music bands such as Nirvana, Neil Young, Sonic Youth, Pearl Jam, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Beastie Boys with lot's of limited edition, full-color and silk screened posters.
Frank's Kozik designs did not limited to the rock scene, but also he designed for big brands such as Nike, Slim Jim and MTV.
During the last years got involved with the design of Urban Vinyl Dolls, turning this graphical artist in one of the most influential Urban Toys Designer and vinyl figure art. Frank Kosik has designed a huge number of Urban Vinyl Dolls and is now considerate not only a reference to the Urban Vinyl Scene but also as one of the leading Urban Toys designers in the whole world.
In 2001 the Urban Vinyl Designer Frank Kozik gave life to the "Black Smorkin Labbit" making a turning point in the Urban Vinyl Scene and rocket lunching his career as a Vinyl Designer. After that he teamed up with lot's of Urban Vinyl manufacturers such as Kid Robot and Toy2R to give life to some of the most popular and renamed Urban vinyl Toys.
Here is a list of some amazing creations of the Urban Designer Frank Kozik
Urban Vinyl Doll Necromorth the Christraper by Frank Kozik
Urban Vinyl Doll Smorkin' Labbit by Frank Kozik
Urban Vinyl Doll Anarchy Teddy Troop by Frank Kozik
Urban Vinyl Doll Dr. Bomb by Frank Kozik