FAILE Unveils New Sculpture In Times Square
If you’re fond of art or simply find an interest in anything cool in New York City, you’ll want to head to Times Square, where a new piece of art has been recently unveiled.
If you haven’t heard of the artist FAILE, a collaboration between artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller, you may have heard of their exhibits in the Brooklyn Museum, Savage/Sacred Young Minds.
Hailing from Brooklyn, FAILE, in their latest work, has constructed a sculpture made entirely of wood, titled Wishing on You.
Hand carved and standing at a tall 7 ft., the sculpture is even more fun due to the ability to actually interact with it.
FAILE encourages the people to get up close to view and feel the details of the hand carved wood, as well as its eye-catching colors.
In addition to, you’ll have to ability to literally give the piece a spin or take a seat on its steps to simply relax.
The different figures, words, and depictions of Americana should be no surprise as to why its placed in Times Square.
New York City is simply a city that attracts people from all around the world to stop by to see the bright lights.
Wishing On You will be on display on the Broadway Plaza between 42nd St. and 43rd St. until September 1st in Times Square.
Savage/Sacred Young Minds in the Brooklyn Museum will be open for viewing up until October 4th.