Damien Hirst Broken Dream (2008)i saw a retrospective of Damien Hirst in 2012 london at the tate modern. amazing. but why did he have to go and kill a unicor? aren't they endangered?

The Broken Dream - Damien Hirst, 2008 (‘Beautiful Inside My Head Forever' art auction)

Damien Hirst No Feelings 1989 Glass, faced particleboard, ramin, plastic, aluminium and pharmaceutical packaging 1372 x 1016 x 289 mm | 54 x 40 x 9 in

Freezer within the landscape? Idea -Damien Hirst No Feelings 1989 Glass, faced particleboard, ramin, plastic, aluminium and pharmaceutical packaging 1372 x 1016 x 289 mm

Utopia, Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst, Utopia, 2012 Inkjet, glaze and foilblock on Hahnemühle photo rag ultra smooth Edition of 55 693 x 824 mm Signed and numbered Published by Paul Stolper & Other Criteria

SO FREAKING SICK. Emi teaches me stuff sometimes.

Damien Hirst is one of the most known and wealthiest living contemporary artists, creating notorious work that marked the art of Britain in the

Damien Hirst "One Thousand Years" This man is brilliant. It doesn't seem like art at first, it's just disgusting, but he enabled us to view all the stages of life at one time. birth, life, and death. the flies are born, they live off of the cow's head, and some will die in the bug zapper. some will live and the cycle will continue. outside it is clean, but we get to look in on the mess that life really is

Damien Hirst "One Thousand Years" He enabled us to view all the stages of life at one time. birth, life, and death. the flies are born, they live off of the cow's head, and some will die in the bug zapper. some will live and the cycle will continue.

DAMIEN HIRST http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/damien-hirst/ #conceptualart…

Damien Hirst is one of the most known and wealthiest living contemporary artists, creating notorious work that marked the art of Britain in the


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