The famous piece of street art could double the value of the art nouveau landmark being auctioned off.
From fine-art insurance policies to crew trainings, collectors are finding new ways to protect their appreciating assets while afloat.
The famous painting, owned by NFT company Particle, will offer unique sections of the piece from January 10-14.
With new shows in Italy and Qatar extending into 2022, the world’s most expensive living artist isn’t slowing down.
The gavel price for “Love is in the Bin” beat out the $23 million his painting “Game Changer” sold for back in March.
The reclusive artist has recently tagged works in Great Yarmouth, Gorleston and beyond.
The famed street artist’s trademark, filed in 2018, has been “declared invalid in its entirety” according to reports.
The $9.9 million hammer price blew past pre-sale estimates.