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The work of Faile, an artistic collaboration between Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, is characterized by a style reminiscent of comic book illustrations, often incorporating written text, corporate logos, graphic patterns, and appropriated images gleaned from popular culture. The duo install their collages, screen prints, and stencils at locations across the globe by pasting works that were prefabricated in the studio on exterior walls and public surfaces. In 2008, Faile was commissioned to create a work for the facade of the Tate Modern in association with the museum’s “Street Art” exhibition. Faile also creates paintings on canvas, sculptures, and installations, such as their 2010 work Temple, consisting of a partially destroyed church that married traditional Portuguese motifs and ceramics with Faile’s design work and iconography.

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