Renowned artist Frank Kozik, who designed posters for bands like Queens of the Stone Age and The Offspring, has passed away at 61.

Kozik was known for his iconic poster designs that helped define the 90s music scene and was highly regarded in the industry.

The news of Kozik's passing has been met with an outpouring of condolences and tributes from fans and fellow artists alike.

His work was highly sought after, and his influence on the world of music and poster design will be felt for years to come.

Kozik's legacy extends far beyond the world of music, with his designs being featured in galleries and museums across the globe.

He was known for his bold use of color, typography, and pop art-inspired designs, which were both visually striking and highly collectible.

Kozik worked with a wide variety of bands, including Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden, and his designs helped define the visual aesthetic of the grunge era.

Despite his commercial success, Kozik remained dedicated to the underground music scene and was a passionate advocate for independent artists.

In addition to his work in music, Kozik was also an accomplished toy designer and created a number of highly sought-after vinyl figures.

Kozik's passing is a huge loss to the art and music world, and his influence on both will be felt for years to come.