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Faile 'Puzzle Boxes'

Faile, the Brooklyn-based art collective formed by Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, has just

Faile, the Brooklyn-based art collective formed by Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, has just created this unique puzzle box set that some fans may recognize as being a smaller version of the Faille Box presented at their UK show. Inspired by their desire to allow fans to be creative, Puzzle Boxes is made up of 88 blocks which can be combined to create six completely different base images. The set will be debuted at Faile’s upcoming mini-retrospective, “A Decade of Prints and Originals,” that is scheduled to be on display at Los Angeles gallery Post No Bills starting June 24.

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