‘Every print I’ve ever made has sold but I don’t believe in flipping.’ Why Fin DAC’s limited editions come with caveat

You’ve got to be up pretty early in the morning to get your hands on a Fin DAC print. That’s not a metaphor. Previous releases have seen fans worldwide setting their alarms for 3am to be in with a chance of buying an artwork by the Irish street artist.

arlier this month, a sale of 24 one-off prints by took place over 24 hours, with one print released per hour. It’s a system designed to accommodate buyers who know Fin DAC’s works from his giant murals in Paris, Berlin, Milan, Tokyo, Sydney, Los Angeles and, most recently, Amsterdam where he has just completed a large mural outside Straat, the museum of graffiti and street art. The “24 in 24” print collection was based on the mural, but each one was hand-finished in a different colour. They sold for £1,450 each.

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