Entrepreneurs With "NO EXPERIENCE" Attempt To Democratise The Art World | Dragons' Den

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  • Published on Oct 7, 2019
  • Francesco, Lise, and Christian from 'Feral Horses' operate a platform for fractional ownership of artworks, enabling individuals to support their favorite artists for as little as a fiver. The three connected in 2014 at university and are looking for a £50,000 in return for 2% of their business. Breaking down the walls of a 'smoke & mirrors' industry may be applauded by Deborah but the big collectors will walk all over them...
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  • Samo Muránsky
    Samo Muránsky 45 minutes ago

    Jenny: I'm sorry, I sat quietly because I thought I'm already out.

  • Krunoslav Stifter

    These people and art should not be in the same sentence.

  • moaz42
    moaz42 11 hours ago

    Going empty handed hahaha

  • BlackDolphin90
    BlackDolphin90 Day ago

    Pffft "art"

  • Lee Bee
    Lee Bee Day ago

    Is the one in the middle not just another slightly weird looking quaintly amusing Johnny Depp characacter??? Also, a not at all as cool as he clearly thinks he is, all set to start snivelling, little one!!!

  • Retro 89
    Retro 89 Day ago +1

    “Art is the perfect asset”
    Ha okay

  • vide0gameCaster
    vide0gameCaster 2 days ago

    so huh... basically... Patreon?

  • Maggie Watson
    Maggie Watson 2 days ago

    Sorry guys, no amount of round framed glasses or quick talking pretty French girls will make you art connoisseurs lol.

  • sciencebear timberwoods

    Looking at their website, I actually like their model. I find the dragons were too critical. I'm not convinced it will make investors rich nor help them to possess am actual piece of art, but in general I think it's solid. It's not like they sell art from some unknown backyard artist. And seriously - what's an art expert? The market cannot be predicted at all, other than that the best of the best currently won't go to zero. So in principle, it's not necessary that the platform knows art. The people buying it need to know.

  • Roger Borroel
    Roger Borroel 2 days ago

    I feel sorry for the investor who gave money on a piece of art, and it NEVER sells...lost money! Too me, it's a silly idea, a con game.

  • Jamie Carter
    Jamie Carter 2 days ago

    and we have french born : leafs are low

  • Keano Reeves
    Keano Reeves 2 days ago

    BITTTTTTTTTTTTCONNNNNNNNNNNECT LOL

  • SailorIda3
    SailorIda3 3 days ago

    noone can be a art expert! Art is personall, I dont think that modern art is art at all most times. It is all to subjective to be able to have experts.

  • Reverse Card
    Reverse Card 3 days ago +1

    That girl cute tho 🥳🥳

  • elijah pink
    elijah pink 3 days ago

    Jenny - ‘ no fucker want my investment anyway...for that reason I’m out’

  • PolitischTourette
    PolitischTourette 3 days ago +2

    The mole on her nose got to go ... so I 'me OUT !!!

  • PolitischTourette
    PolitischTourette 3 days ago +1

    I really like the Idea. It really shows whats popular art and whats Rubbish !!!

  • Dohn Joe
    Dohn Joe 3 days ago

    Lise ia a babe.

  • Alec Stapley
    Alec Stapley 3 days ago +15

    Narrator: And now Peter Jones wants to say hi.
    Peter Jones: Hi.
    Narrator: Peter Jones has just said hi.

    • Softreck Softreck
      Softreck Softreck 2 days ago

      If you ar asking for problem, Peter can give you advice: 'you can have problem which you want, but..'

  • Kimberly Letash
    Kimberly Letash 3 days ago +3

    Their accents are so annoying ughhhh I hate Mario Kart

  • Rachel Lilley
    Rachel Lilley 3 days ago +3

    Jenny sits and writes her daily grocery list and the last item is...... I'm out.

  • Divya Srirajyala
    Divya Srirajyala 3 days ago +1

    These people are doing so well.. rich people have huge egos... but they seem to get along well.. there isn’t a lot of negative tension.. good business people that way

  • TheGrumpyGoose
    TheGrumpyGoose 4 days ago +1

    Deborah’s the best dragon.

  • Cornelious Stradivarius

    Who the would wana own a PERCENTAGE on an art piece? Either all or not at all. This sounds like a scam to me

    • bingola45
      bingola45 Day ago

      Perhaps you can have it on your living-room wall for 2 days a year...?

  • Jamin Gaming
    Jamin Gaming 4 days ago

    If millennial's want to invest in art they'll need to get jobs rather then expecting big government to give them a guaranteed living wage.

  • dbergerac
    dbergerac 4 days ago +5

    FINALLY, someone found a need for an Art History degree.

  • The Grim Reaper
    The Grim Reaper 5 days ago

    Lul, wut 🤔 And also two words 'must' 'tash'.

  • treve69
    treve69 5 days ago

    scam alert lol

  • Adam Phoenix
    Adam Phoenix 5 days ago

    hi there
    jen: im out

  • Kebuin Kebuin
    Kebuin Kebuin 6 days ago

    people who can afford to buy really expensive art wont buy it with others

  • MadakiNomaroishi
    MadakiNomaroishi 6 days ago

    Art has no value 👌

  • Chris Jones
    Chris Jones 6 days ago

    Even though the entire industry is a capatalist tax scam, the art world are far more likely secret or vocal socialists.

  • Lan Gnezda
    Lan Gnezda 6 days ago

    as an artist myself i cannot fathomo why an artist would put artwork up for sale on such a platform when you can be printing and selling the same artwork somewhere else and make way more money.

    Also, they are aiming for high priced art to rent out but they are forgetting that expensive art pieces have mostly dead authors who could not possibly be painting from the grave.

  • HULL GRAFFITI
    HULL GRAFFITI 7 days ago

    Man ...I really feel like giving the knobhead in the middle a slap on general principal.....And how do you rent one canvas to a few people ?

  • Rees-Mogg for PM
    Rees-Mogg for PM 7 days ago +11

    I love how offended the one guy looked when they were told they weren't experts.

  • Jim Alexander
    Jim Alexander 7 days ago +1

    Peter still shaking his head as they walk out, take a chill pill stop being a sphincter

  • Danny Flint
    Danny Flint 7 days ago +1

    Ive never seen an epsiode where the dragons like the valuation of the company

  • shamx rose
    shamx rose 7 days ago

    8:48 seeing the close up of Jenny just nodding as Peter was like “you’re not investable” shows how she was just waiting to say im out without looking poor 😂😂

  • MrVaeron
    MrVaeron 7 days ago +2

    I dont even understand what they were trying to do and how on earth they are valueing their business at all... and thats usually not a good sign, cause i work in finance myself 😂😂
    Why would you not just put that money into the stock market .... for less money and more chance to make money with less risk if you diversify and sit it out.

  • The Institution
    The Institution 8 days ago +6

    Binge watching for 4 hours straight so... i'm out! ✴

  • Gareth
    Gareth 8 days ago

    2% LOL

  • Scorched Earth
    Scorched Earth 8 days ago +3

    "Actual" money as opposed to "not money" money? I wouldn't be confident making change for the parking meter with this lot.

  • Johan Mostert
    Johan Mostert 9 days ago +1

    The girl can always become a stripper and be a dancing artwork....

  • OrphicVideos
    OrphicVideos 9 days ago

    For me, this idea is either ingenious or lunatic depending on the exact figures in how the market works. Most importantly, of all the artworks sold in a year, how is the total value spread across the market? If it’s a wide spread - a long tail market - I could see this being extremely successful. If the vast majority of the cash is made in the big auction houses, it would be very difficult for them to disrupt that.

  • Matthew Madruga
    Matthew Madruga 9 days ago +1

    Are these people mental? Or did the market just flip overnight?

  • The Nagual Zone
    The Nagual Zone 10 days ago +6

    I'm never at home and for that reason, I'm out

  • phil
    phil 10 days ago +21

    As a professional artist,I agree with the dragons.

    • bingola45
      bingola45 Day ago

      @topopops Pinggggg...G.

    • OMAKi
      OMAKi Day ago

      topopops - incel

    • topopops
      topopops 3 days ago

      Serbian Sauvage BOOMAH

    • Serbian Sauvage
      Serbian Sauvage 3 days ago +1

      topopops Dead meme, so who's the boomer now? There was also nothing boomer about the original comment.

    • topopops
      topopops 5 days ago +2

      phil ok boomer

  • Raj Mongal
    Raj Mongal 10 days ago +85

    Jenny was sitting quietly on this one, because she didn't get any samples or anything to eat for free.....lmfao

    • David
      David Day ago

      @Leslie Stephan Bosch *TRIGGERED*

    • Fortydroid
      Fortydroid Day ago +1

      @Leslie Stephan Bosch And for that reason you're out.

    • Leslie Stephan Bosch
      Leslie Stephan Bosch 5 days ago

      glad your infantile comment made yourself crack up.

  • NGMonocrom
    NGMonocrom 10 days ago +1

    This is one of the stupidest ideas, ever! And they even admitted that this has been done before, by others; at least a few times.... and failed every single time. Yeah, that should tell you something.

  • photographer85
    photographer85 10 days ago

    Wow. Those "dragons" are really crazy sometimes. The whole concept is actually pretty good but those reasons for tearing it apart are mad.
    Saying "you didn't put any of your own money into it" is a bad thing when they've not paid themselves any salary is pretty 'rich'. Just as the comment regarding their experience and that they're no 'art experts'.
    What the heck? Like those art experts that price forgeries at millions of pounds are a good thing? Ever heard of "outside expertise"?
    And sure, everyone would like to completely own an artwork for themselves.
    But thanks to boomers like them the younger generations (like millennials) mostly can't. They aren't getting paid enough and if they have a good idea they're laughed at because the rich boomers can't really relate any more....
    Also the idea of investing in art is a safe investment - what are they talking about? This is (as far as I can gather) about current artists and not those who are already well known and established. No Picasso, no Monet - so with art it's ALWAYS a gamble, even if the person selling them is a well known art dealer. A lot of artists have sold well in the past but aren't worth anything in todays market.

  • Iago Porto
    Iago Porto 11 days ago +1

    Is this even legal? The ownership of mobile property, at least in Roman-Germanic systems, is consumated by the "traditio" (i.e. handing the good over). I've never heard of joint property of mobile goods.

    • Babatunde Onabajo
      Babatunde Onabajo 9 days ago

      You raise a good point. I myself was wondering about the legalities of this. Don't get me wrong - startups and small businesses should not overly concern themselves with legal technicalities. If they did, no business would get started. But a line has to be drawn between mere legal technicality and something that is a very severe breach that the authorities will not overlook when it comes to enforcing. What I was thinking was whether these people are regulated? If they are selling an investment, which is what this is, they would need clearance from the Financial Conduct Authority and they would have to follow the guidelines from said Authority (e.g. properly disclosing that the value of their investment can go up as well as down).

  • DLC ENERGY
    DLC ENERGY 12 days ago +1

    └📁Documents
    └📁Good Jenny Jokes
    └⚠️I'm Out

  • HippoButtSecks
    HippoButtSecks 12 days ago +2

    I'd like to paint her like one of my other french girls...

  • JJ Grey
    JJ Grey 12 days ago

    Art as a "Mutual Fund"...interesting...I like it...but i don't need these guys...I can start my own as it is not proprietary...

  • noah4man
    noah4man 13 days ago

    “No experience” is very close to “innovative” not necessarily talking about this video, just in general

  • BadgersBuncoBooth
    BadgersBuncoBooth 13 days ago

    I need to go to france

  • Incognito12000
    Incognito12000 14 days ago

    Rented out artwork. Lol

  • Goldenblakcon
    Goldenblakcon 14 days ago

    Their platform's just another cheaper market that's devaluing the artwork + by selling art with not experience.

  • Nohelia Perez
    Nohelia Perez 15 days ago +1

    So they are basically raising capital to put into a fund to invest in an asset class. They are basically an art-based Private Equity firm... interesting. I didn't know these show up at the Dragon's Den

  • Jay Rock
    Jay Rock 15 days ago

    Had Jenny ever made a deal ?? Kinda feel like she’s just there to fill a chair 🤷🏻‍♂️