Studio Visit with Faile

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Down the street from the studio, a Faile x Bast collaborative wall (seen here)

Following our interview with street art duo, Faile, back in HF Vol. 18, Hi-Fructose popped into the Brooklyn-based artists’ studio to get a sneak peek at some new projects the two Patricks have in the works. Earlier today, the collective announced the official debut of their new free Puzzle Box micro-site, an interactive puzzle-like game available on the web and itunes. We managed to get a nice look at the puzzle boxes in person as they were getting photographed, as well as a tour of the Faile studio and archives, take a look here on Hi-Fructose.

For West Coast Faile fans, stay tuned for an upcoming print exhibit happening in Venice, CA at the end of July, more info as it develops.

The print archives. A collection of past prints as well as gifts from artist friends

One of the original Faile stencils

In the main design room, one of the custom built Faile x Bast arcade consoles (which we last saw in San Diego here)

Some Bunny Boy bronzes

Older work adorning the work space

Scuba Horse bronze (centerpiece to their Temple project, seen here)

A Faile flag on wood

The photographing of the puzzle boxes

A prayer wheel, still standing, installed down the street

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