Investment Grade Art

4 artworks


  • Hotline Kids OG Original Acrylic Spray Paint Mixed Media Painting by Faile

    Faile Hotline Kids OG Original Acrylic Spray Paint Mixed Media Painting by Faile

    Hotline Kids OG Original Acrylic Spray Paint Mixed Media Painting by Faile One of a Kind Artwork on Fine Art Paper by Street Art Pop Artist. 2023 Signed Mixed Media Acrylic Silkscreen Spray Paint Painting Original Artwork Size 25x38 Stylized Vaporwave Style Punk Woman Talking on Phone With 2 Men During Summer Layered With Text "Hotline Kids OG" stands as a striking and representative piece within the evolving landscape of contemporary pop and street art. Its creator, renowned artist Faile, has seamlessly merged the worlds of graffiti and fine art to create a visually dynamic and highly thought-provoking piece. This original artwork is a one-of-a-kind acrylic spray paint mixed media painting, deftly executed on fine art paper. Faile's ingenious fusion of art forms and innovative use of mediums result in an exciting dialogue between the traditionally disparate worlds of street art and high-end galleries. The artwork itself is signed and dated to 2023, asserting its position within the current moment of artistic production and thought. It is a mixed media work, demonstrating the artist's adept manipulation of materials such as acrylic and silkscreen, as well as his command of spray paint, a tool synonymous with the world of graffiti and street art. Measuring 25x38, it is a sizable work that commands the viewer's attention, demanding a thorough and appreciative examination of its layered complexity. "Hotline Kids OG" presents an intriguing scene rendered in a stylistic fusion of vaporwave and punk aesthetics. A woman is seen talking on a phone, flanked by two men, all set against the backdrop of summer. This scene may appear mundane at first glance, yet, upon closer observation, it is an incisive commentary on contemporary societal interactions and power dynamics. Faile utilizes the 'everyday' as a canvas to draw out the often overlooked nuances of human communication and relationships. The layers of this artwork extend beyond the narrative depicted. Faile has incorporated text within the painting, creating a dynamic interplay between visual and linguistic elements. This approach further emphasizes the layered nature of human interactions and underlines the impact of technology on communication. Furthermore, this textual integration harks back to graffiti's subversive tradition of utilizing public spaces as platforms for dialogue and expression. In the rich tapestry of street and pop art, "Hotline Kids OG" marks a significant contribution. It encapsulates the ethos of its creator, Faile, and his desire to push the boundaries of artistic conventions. It challenges traditional distinctions between high art and street art, bridging the gap and illustrating the potential for their synergistic coexistence. This artwork exemplifies the potency of contemporary art to reflect, critique, and shape societal narratives. It stands as a testament to the dynamic and evolving nature of the art world and, in particular, the continually thriving and expanding genres of pop and street art.

    $15,840.00

  • Heat Wave Lemonade HPM Stencil Spray Paint Silkscreen by Faile

    Faile Heat Wave Lemonade HPM Stencil Spray Paint Silkscreen by Faile

    Heat Wave Lemonade HPM Stencil Spray Paint Silkscreen by Faile Hand-Painted Multiple on Fine Art Paper Unique Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2023 Signed & Numbered Edition of 12 HPM Unique Acrylic Spray Paint Silkscreen Artwork Size 25x38 Drawing from the vibrant energy of New York City's golden age of hip-hop and the high-octane drama of vintage wrestling, with a quintessential FAILE flair, the Lemonade Heat Wave Print emerges as a joyful embodiment of summer revelry. This unique work of art encapsulates the spirit of warm, carefree summer days in a stunning blend of mediums. The creative journey that led to this vibrant masterpiece spanned a period of about six weeks, during which each print was meticulously crafted by hand. This artistic process involved painting, rolling, spraying, printing, and even blowing each print dry. The painstaking care and detailed attention invested in each step are evident in the final product, capturing an array of beautiful studio nuances. The Lemonade Heat Wave Print is impressive in size, measuring 25 x 38 inches. This limited edition print is an exclusive offering, with only 12 unique pieces created. Employing a diverse mix of mediums, the print combines the vivid hues of acrylic paints with the textures of silkscreen ink and the edge of spray paint on paper. The tactile quality of the print is further enhanced by an embossed finish. Each print is authenticated with a signature and numbered, indicating its place in this exclusive series. As a product of FAILE in 2023, the Lemonade Heat Wave Print carries with it the distinctive stamp of the celebrated art collective. This unique blend of mediums and styles showcases the diverse influences and creative energy of FAILE, making it a standout piece in any art collection. Faile, a collective of two artists hailing from the U.S., namely Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, has carved a unique niche in the domain of pop art, street art, and graffiti. Emerging from the gritty skate culture of New York City in the late 90s, Faile quickly rose to global prominence, redefining the visual aesthetics and thematic boundaries of urban artistic expressions. The duo's art is celebrated for its fusion of contemporary pop culture iconography, elements of comic strips, advertising imagery, and sharp socio-political commentary. Their works, often in the form of large scale mural installations, present a kaleidoscopic blend of color, patterns, and text, creating visually engaging narratives. The pop art elements, characterized by bold outlines and vibrant colors, are reminiscent of the legendary pop artist, Andy Warhol, while retaining their distinct Faile aesthetic. The signature elements of their style pay homage to the classic era of comic book art, advertising, and pulp fiction cover designs. As street artists, Faile displays a keen understanding of their environment, integrating their works into the urban landscape with a blend of irreverence and respect. Their techniques often include wheat pasting and stencil graffiti, presenting an intriguing contrast between ephemeral street art traditions and the permanence of their themes. Faile's graffiti art is a testament to their dedication to the medium's rebellious roots. Their pieces, marked by layered visuals and cryptic messages, embody the essence of graffiti as a form of unsanctioned public discourse. This art, rooted in the streets but transcending its confines, resonates in galleries, museums, and art auctions worldwide, demonstrating Faile's versatile appeal and substantial contribution to pop art, street art, and graffiti.

    $7,202.00

  • Inside Out in Shimmering Red/ Jerry B-Side Silkscreen Print by Faile Inside Out in Shimmering Red/ Jerry B-Side Silkscreen Print by Faile

    Faile Inside Out in Shimmering Red/ Jerry B-Side Silkscreen Print by Faile

    Inside Out in Shimmering Red/ Jerry B-Side HPM 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print With Acrylic, Silkscreen Ink and Spraypaint⁠ on 310 gsm Coventry Rag (Deckle Edge) by Faile Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. A new hand-painted small edition print from the studio. This one featuring the "Inside Out" image. A classic studio edition, hand-painted and printed, each with its own touches. This paper is heavy, worked deep, and stained up. Inside Out in Shimmering Red / Jerry B-Side 38 x 25 Hand-Painted Varied Edition of 24 
Acrylic and Silkscreen Ink on Archival Paper Stamped, Embossed
 and Signed Faile 1986

    $7,202.00

  • Heat Wave Grapeade HPM Stencil Spray Paint Silkscreen by Faile

    Faile Heat Wave Grapeade HPM Stencil Spray Paint Silkscreen by Faile

    Heat Wave Grapeade HPM Stencil Spray Paint Silkscreen by Faile Hand-Painted Multiple on Fine Art Paper Unique Graffiti Street Artist Modern Pop Art. 2023 Signed & Numbered Edition of 12 HPM Unique Acrylic Spray Paint Silkscreen Artwork Size 25x38 Drawing from the vibrant energy of New York City's golden age of hip-hop and the high-octane drama of vintage wrestling, with a quintessential FAILE flair, the Lemonade Heat Wave Print emerges as a joyful embodiment of summer revelry. This unique work of art encapsulates the spirit of warm, carefree summer days in a stunning blend of mediums. The creative journey that led to this vibrant masterpiece spanned a period of about six weeks, during which each print was meticulously crafted by hand. This artistic process involved painting, rolling, spraying, printing, and even blowing each print dry. The painstaking care and detailed attention invested in each step are evident in the final product, capturing an array of beautiful studio nuances. The Lemonade Heat Wave Print is impressive in size, measuring 25 x 38 inches. This limited edition print is an exclusive offering, with only 12 unique pieces created. Employing a diverse mix of mediums, the print combines the vivid hues of acrylic paints with the textures of silkscreen ink and the edge of spray paint on paper. The tactile quality of the print is further enhanced by an embossed finish. Each print is authenticated with a signature and numbered, indicating its place in this exclusive series. As a product of FAILE in 2023, the Lemonade Heat Wave Print carries with it the distinctive stamp of the celebrated art collective. This unique blend of mediums and styles showcases the diverse influences and creative energy of FAILE, making it a standout piece in any art collection. Faile, a collective of two artists hailing from the U.S., namely Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, has carved a unique niche in the domain of pop art, street art, and graffiti. Emerging from the gritty skate culture of New York City in the late 90s, Faile quickly rose to global prominence, redefining the visual aesthetics and thematic boundaries of urban artistic expressions. The duo's art is celebrated for its fusion of contemporary pop culture iconography, elements of comic strips, advertising imagery, and sharp socio-political commentary. Their works, often in the form of large scale mural installations, present a kaleidoscopic blend of color, patterns, and text, creating visually engaging narratives. The pop art elements, characterized by bold outlines and vibrant colors, are reminiscent of the legendary pop artist, Andy Warhol, while retaining their distinct Faile aesthetic. The signature elements of their style pay homage to the classic era of comic book art, advertising, and pulp fiction cover designs. As street artists, Faile displays a keen understanding of their environment, integrating their works into the urban landscape with a blend of irreverence and respect. Their techniques often include wheat pasting and stencil graffiti, presenting an intriguing contrast between ephemeral street art traditions and the permanence of their themes. Faile's graffiti art is a testament to their dedication to the medium's rebellious roots. Their pieces, marked by layered visuals and cryptic messages, embody the essence of graffiti as a form of unsanctioned public discourse. This art, rooted in the streets but transcending its confines, resonates in galleries, museums, and art auctions worldwide, demonstrating Faile's versatile appeal and substantial contribution to pop art, street art, and graffiti.

    $7,202.00

Investment Grade Graffiti Street Pop Artwork

Investment grade art graffiti or street art refers to the growing market and interest in collecting and investing in street art as a legitimate form of fine art. Over the past few decades, street art has gained significant recognition and appreciation in the art world, with several artists achieving global acclaim and high prices at auction. If you're considering investing in graffiti or street art, there are a few factors to consider: Artist reputation: Look for artists with a strong reputation, critical acclaim, and a proven track record of sales. Notable street artists include Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, and Invader. Rarity: Limited edition or one-of-a-kind works tend to be more valuable. Keep an eye out for pieces that are part of a limited series or unique creations. Provenance: Ensure that the artwork has a clear history of ownership and authenticity. This will increase its value and make it easier to sell in the future. Condition: The physical condition of the artwork is important, as damage or deterioration can significantly decrease its value. Be prepared to care for the artwork to maintain its condition. Market trends: Research and follow the art market to understand trends and identify potential investment opportunities. Legal aspects: Street art created on public or private property may have legal issues regarding ownership and copyright. Acquiring artwork through reputable galleries or auctions can help avoid potential legal complications. Remember that investing in art, including street art, is a long-term commitment and carries risks like any other investment. It's essential to diversify your investments and not rely solely on art as an asset class. It's also a good idea to consult with an art advisor or financial professional before making significant investments in street art.

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