The Right One, Happens Everyday
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The Right One, Happens Everyday

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Entitled "The Right One, Happens Everyday", this 20-color screen print by Faile is an edition of 450. Made in november 2014, it is signed and numbered by the artists. Format : 19,7 x 23,6 inches (50 x 60 cm). The work is sold unframed.

 

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Artists

Faile

Type of work

Screen print

Edition of

450

Format

19,7 x 23,6 inches (50 x 60 cm)

Signed by the artist

Yes

Paper type

310 g/m² Coventry Rag (Deckle Edge)

Year of edition

november 2014

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The artist

Faile

Faile

Faile is a collective founded in 1999 by Patrick McNeil (born in 1975 in Edmonton, Alberta), Patrick Mille (born in 1976 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) and Aiko Nakagawa, who left the group in late 2006. The name Faile is an anagram of their first project, entitled "A life". As they studied in an art and design school, they learnt the many techniques related to painting and printing.
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