The Right One, Happens Everyday By Failefrom Faile
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New York-based street art collective Faile are known for an urban aesthetic that centres around street detritus - peeling posters, deteriorating advertising, crumbling murals - as reflected in their anagrammatic and homophonic name (Faile = 'A life' as well as the failure of ephemeral street details). The prolific group are infamous for their instant sell-out shows, and for their 2008 commission by London's Tate Modern to produce a mural for the gallery's facade. A dazzling array of images and allusions, 'The Right One, Happens Everyday' is Pop and Street art, rolled into one, beautiful display. Recalling Eduardo Paolozzi's iconic 'I Was A Rich Man's Plaything', a graphic depiction of a woman in lingerie poses at the centre of the print. Collaged sections of text and type crowd around her, in newspaper-monochrome and washed out hues, for a distinctly vintage aesthetic. Beautifully balanced in its composition, 'The Right One, Happens Everyday' is a tour de force of contemporary urban art.