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# A diamond skull Damien Hirst’s infamous diamond-studded skull – the world’s most expensive piece of contemporary art – will be displayed in London for the first time since 2007, when it was reportedly sold for a hefty £50m. The piece, entitled ‘For the Love of God,’ will sit pretty in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall next year in the first UK survey show devoted to the 46-year-old artist. The skull itself is cast in platinum but retains the original teeth of the 18th century owner, and boasts 8,601 flawless diamonds. A 52.4 carat pink diamond sits on the skull’s forehead.
Damien Hirst - For the Love of God, 2001 #damienhirst
Damien Hirst Diamond skull. Amazing. Currently on display at the Tate Modern, London. Best of all, it's free of charge. #crystal #skull
Keep your sense of humor about your mistakes. But don't repeat them. ~ Paulo Coelho #skulls #dopeness #awake
"St. Antony's Fire" by Damien Hirst displayed at "Beautiful Inside My Head Forever" on September 8, 2008 in London.
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Damien Hirst. Cornucopia, 2008. Collection of the artist, © Damien Hirst, photo by Prudence Cuming Associates.
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For the Love of God, human skull covered in diamonds by Damien Hirst
Damien Hirst "For the Love of God" -- skull covered with 8,601 flawless diamonds. sold for $ 112 million
Beautiful, possibly a tattoo. Love it!
I would love to see this person make a Kyuubi statue.
Cat Johnston's weirdly wonderful mixed media sculptures make me giggle. This would make a very cool costume if you could figure out how to do it.
Damien Hirst & Alexander McQueen Collaboration - in fact can be a nice tattoo idea! skull of butterflies maybe a watercolor tattoo
Damien Hirst, pregnant mother. Why are other countries so much cooler than America? This type of art would most likely be banned in America for being "offensive".