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  • The Unknown Portraits book / $30.00
  • The Unknown Portraits, a book published by Magic Pony. This publication documents a unique portraiture project spanning four years of our travels.
    Originating from a found photo album unearthed in a Venice Beach thrift shop, kozy was inspired to create imagined personae extrapolating on the essence of these lost photographs. This clothbound hardcover is comprised solely of small, detailed graphite portraits, each piece captures the surreal humor and irreverence that has become a trademark of our work.
    Illuminating select portraits are short stories inspired and imagined by a community of artist friends and writers including Pasha Malla, Mark “frosty” McNeill, Ryan Sands, Mariko Tamaki, Maggie MacDonald, Nick Flanagan and Porous Walker.
    Book designed by Stephen Cober of Magic Pony.
    ISBN : 978-0-9783568-2-8
    Art / Illustration. First printing.
    Cloth w. Gold Debossed Type Hardcover.
    8.5 x 8.5 inches. 150 pages. Over 100 illustrations.
    Available now.
  • "There's a Party In My Pants" 2008
  • "Carving Up the Place For Our Own Profit" 2009
  • "Feeling Like Cinderella Again" 2009
  • "Ladies of the Lockes" 2009
  • "Grampy's New Wife" 2009
  • "Sometimes Life's Miracles Go Unnoticed" 2009
  • "And of the Rising Butts" 2009
  • "Ms. Peacock" 2009
  • "Preternatural Practitioner" 2009
  • "Matronly Physiognomy" 2009
  • "Patiently Waiting While the House Burns Down Around Her" 2006
  • "We're Gonna Party Like It's 2011" 2009
  • "Making Mother Proud" 2006
  • "The Mountain Man" 2006
  • "Senorita Senjukannon" 2006
  • "Wickett's Mistress" 2006
  • "The Right To Bear Arms" 2009
  • "Rare Specimens" 2006
  • Interior book cover
  • Book interior
  • Book Interior
  • Book Interior - some images have had stories written for them by various contributors.
  • Interior cover pattern design by Dan
  • During the opening and book launch for The Unknown Portraits at Narwhal Art Projects in Toronto, kozy drew portrait of anyone that bought the book in the opening "This Book Belongs To____" page. Such a hard worker for the great kozyndan fans!  See more of the portraits she drew HERE.
  • Line up to get their books signed at our opening for The Unknown Portraits
  • We drew a mirrored version of "Rare Specimens" on the wall of Narwhal Gallery for the exhibition, which opened October 2009
  • Part of The Unknown Portraits exhibition installation at Narwhal Art Projects in Toronto.