Opening Photos from “Faile: A Decade of Prints & Originals”

Street Art // Tuesday, June 28, 2011
The good folks over at HypeBeast attended and photographed Faile‘s, “A Decade of Prints & Originals” at Post No Bills in Los Angeles over the weekend.  The retrospective showcased a decade’s worth of archived works on paper, limited edition prints and hand painted originals.  From the photographs, there appears to be large amount of work on display and we can’t wait to see it in person.  The exhibition runs through July 24, 2011.

FAILE: A Decade of Prints & Originals

Street Art // Friday, June 24, 2011
Tonight in Los Angeles, “Faile: A Decade of Prints & Originals” opens at Post No Bills Gallery.  The show will be a retrospective showcasing a decade’s worth of archived works on paper, limited edition prints and hand painted originals.  Faile will be releasing exclusive prints produced on site at Post No Bills.  The exhibition runs through July 24, 2011.

Faile "Puzzle Boxes"

Street Art // Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Brooklyn-based art collective, Faile, has created a puzzle box set that is a smaller version of the Faille Box produced for their U.K. show.  The puzzles are made of 88 blocks and can be combined to create six completely different base images.  The boxes will be released at their Los Angeles show, A Decade of Prints and Originals, at Post No Bills gallery June 24.

POST NO BILLS to Launch with FAILE Retrospective

Juxtapoz // Sunday, June 19, 2011
Venice Beach, California is going to be home to a new print shop, Post No Bills, and Faile will kick-off the spot with an 10-year retrospective, a decade of prints and and originals, LA Works on Paper. FAILE and Steve Lazarides will be on hand to launch of POST NO BILLS on Friday June 24, 2011.

New Print from Faile

Street Art // Wednesday, June 08, 2011
Brooklyn Based Street Art Collective, Faile, just released this new print titled “Fashion Chimps NYC” through Paper Monster.  “Based on a piece from their 2010 show at Perry Rubenstein Gallery, this 25 color screen print is done in their recent "block" style which gives the illusion of its 3D sister from the show.”  

Faile Puzzle Boxes and Mobile App

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 26, 2011
Brooklyn art collective, Faile, just released a new Puzzle Box series and a mobile app, all based around the collective's newest body of work. The modular wooden cubes and boxes reveal a new process of deconstructing and reconfiguring imagery and narratives.

Feature: An Interview and Opening with FAILE

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 09, 2010
Last week at Perry Rubenstein Gallery in NYC, Brooklyn's Faile opened up a new solo exhibition, Bedtime Stories. It had been a long time since we had spoke with street art turned gallery instituition, Faile, and we sent our NYC correspondent, Brock Fetch to speak with the duo and see what how the new work has evolved . . .

Exhibit Review: Viva La Revolucion, A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 09, 2010
A revolutionary trend is sweeping through our institutionalized art houses, being that the country’s established museums are receiving major image makeovers. Take a look at Viva La Revolución: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape the highly talked about exhibit now open at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.

Faile Interview Part II

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 14, 2010
“This spring we’ve been back cutting stencils and going out on the street and it’s been great. After taking a break, there’s a lot of energy towards it again.” In the second instaltment of their interview, the Faile duo discuss about street works and share their upcoming project.   Read More...          

Faile Interview Part I

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 13, 2010
The first in a two-part series, we present an interview with Juxtapoz contributor, Butterfly. She met up with the infamous Brooklyn-based art collective to further discuss their recent Deluxx Fluxx Arcade project with Bast in London and New York, and to find out what's coming up next.   Read More...  
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