WE ARE BACK!
After 5 long years we have finally went through all our inventory and checked all our prices and we are back on our feet. We are planning on starting slow with just art and moving back into the Mcfarlane figures, vintage toys,collectibles,clothing and hats that we are known for in time! If you want to stay informed please join our mailing list and keep up with us on social media. We will be dropping new promotions, a fan club, and BRAND NEW ARTISTS! Cant wait for what this has in store for you and us!
All our love,
The NMG Team
Frank Kozik was born in Madrid, Spain in 1962 . At the age of 14 he moved to the United States and settled in Austin, Texas. Credited with single handedly reviving the “lost” art of the concert poster, his creative career rose largely out of his enthusiasm for Austin’s growing underground punk rock scene in the mid-eighties. Starting with black and white flyers for friends’ bands posted on telephone poles, his reputation grew as an artist whose work was graphically compelling as well as culturally gripping.
Kozik is based in San Francisco, California, where he produces artwork, toys and graphic design. He formerly managed his own record label, Man’s Ruin Records (1995-2001). Under which, he released over 220 singles and full length albums including the first Queens of the Stone Age single.
He has produced artwork for a diverse range of musicians such as Pearl Jam, the Butthole Surfers, Green Day, Neil Young, Sonic Youth, the Melvins and many more. In 1996, he directed Soundgarden’s “Pretty Noose” music video.