Purchase This Is Bad Lands Green/White3-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Embellished HPM Silkscreen Print on Deckled Lenox 100 Paper by Faile Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist.
2014 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition of 250 HPM Hand Painted Multiple Artwork Size 12.5x19
Faile's "Bad Lands" art print – a limited edition masterpiece with a mere 250 copies available worldwide. As the newest addition to the 150 Series, this release features approximately seven unique variations within the edition, including multiple color schemes, hand-painted, stained, and printed versions. Crafted on durable, thick archival paper, the eye-catching Green/White variation is a highly sought-after piece that boasts an extraordinary texture. The print measures 12.5" x 19" and showcases two deckled edges and two straight edges. The front and back of the print are meticulously detailed, with the reverse side adorned with printing, stamping, and more. Each copy is signed, numbered, dated, stamped, and embossed by the artist, making it a truly exclusive and valuable collectible. Don't miss the chance to own this excellent art print – experience its stunning visual impact in person! The "This Is Bad Lands Green/White HPM Silkscreen Print" is a piece of art created by Faile, an artist collaboration between Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller. Faile is known for their distinctive style, which combines elements of street art, graphic design, pop culture, and fine art. In this piece, titled "This Is Bad Lands Green/White HPM Silkscreen Print," is a hand-painted multiple (HPM) silkscreen print featuring red and blue colors and a cowboy driving a classic sports car. "Bad Lands" refers to a desolate or unwelcoming environment, indicating that the piece may convey a sense of danger or conflict. Faile's work often contains layers of imagery and intricate details, and their silkscreen prints typically involve multiple layers of color and texture. They often incorporate found materials, stencils, and wheat paste, creating a distinctive aesthetic that blends street art and contemporary fine art.