Set in one of Manhattan's most renowned loft buildings on one of Tribeca's most desirable streets, Mickey Drexler's Tribeca Loft is a fitting abode for a fashion mogul. The J. Crew CEO's home offers over 6,200 square feet of space, with highlight features like 11-foot ceilings, wide-plank Brazilian floors, and an 82-foot wide living that separates the master suite from the four other bedrooms. There's also a modern kitchen, arched windows, and what one can only assume is a theater, designated as such by the truly massive flat panel on the wall.
We're not sure whether his iconic "HOPE" poster was actually designed there, but considering there's both an office in Shepard Fairey's Los Angeles Home — as well as a studio in the two-car garage — it's not out of the question. This 1929 Mediterranean located in Los Feliz has four bedrooms and four baths, tons of character, with thick archways, plaster walls, and exposed beams, and plenty of outdoor space, with a terraced yard that enhances the views. No word on whether the art comes with the house, but you'll be able to enjoy the remnants of Fairey's work left on the garage walls regardless.
Original Banksy pieces don't come up often — partly because they tend to be attached to buildings. This Banksy House is one such structure. The three-bedroom Victorian is by itself a rather uninspiring affair in desperate need of a full restoration, but the interior isn't the draw here. Instead it's the authentic Banksy artwork found on the gable wall. "Spy Booth" was a response to the reports on global surveillance made possible by Edward Snowden, and depicts three "spies" using various recording devices to tap into the conversations happening in the real-life phone booth found in the center of the piece. Set on Fairview Road in Cheltenham, it's a rare chance to own a piece of artwork that you can also live in.