Purchase Artist Faile's Street Art Graffiti Modern Art, Prints, Originals, Sculpture, and Paintings.
From canvas and prints to window pallets and prayer wheels, from street and in situ creation to the acquisition of a permanent studio in 2005, and from pop art to spirituality, FAILE’s course is as heterogenic as art can get. This artistic collaboration between Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller was first established in 1999 and it is currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Nonetheless, the artistic duo has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in the USA, Europe, and Asia. Space, in the case of FAILE, has meaning. During the first years of its existence, the group did not work inside a studio of its own and, as a result, 1999-2005 has been a period of experimentation for them with different media of creation, as well as ways of exhibiting their work. FAILE has embraced both “traditional” media, such as painting, sculpture, and printmaking, and, at the same time, less conventional ones, for example, window pallets and even prayer wheels. The duo unapologetically mixes media and forms, depending on what best serves its creative process, resulting in both high budget projects with remarkable production values and modest endeavors that highlight all the stages of the creative process, emphasize the experiences, and incorporate a DIY approach. Even though FAILE, since its start, has presented its work inside many galleries and art spaces, it never lost its connection to street art, even after the acquisition of a studio in 2005.