Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Everything You Need To Know About Fake Art And How To Spot It

Some of the most recent updates to Animal Crossing: New Horizons have brought in lots of adorable characters and vendors to sell a wide variety of new items and collectibles. One of the most popular additions is the ability to purchase art from a supplier called Redd and exhibit it in a brand new art exhibit at the Blathers Museum.

If you have had relationships with Redd, you will know that he has a bad reputation. The shabby kitsune does indeed sell art, but it’s not always authentic. Redd exudes a mafia-like atmosphere of art hawking, which, although pleasant, is not always conducive to building a museum of priceless artifacts and history.Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Everything You Need To Know About Fake Art And How To Spot It

Many pieces of art sold by Redd are directly referenced from real works of art, such as the starry night and others, so you have to be careful to spot fake real pieces.

Unfortunately, art that is forged cannot be displayed in the Blathers Museum, and Blathers will warn you if the art you are trying to donate is fake. Even more unfortunate, Redd does not offer refunds for any reason.