This heart-shaped sculpture by Ray Geary features over-the-counter pharmaceuticals cased in resin.
The feeling of being in love has often been likened to a drug-induced high. Who could forget when Ke$ha, then spelling her name with a dollar sign, sang 'Your Love is my Drug' in 2010? A more recent example comes in the form of Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Lo, who sang-promised us she was "not on drugs" but was "just in love" on her debut album 'Queen of the Clouds.' Geary's sculpture seems to follow the same logic.
If you're looking for a way to tell your sweetheart that they get you higher than high this Valentine's Day, you might consider shelling out 500 big ones for Geary's romantic drug-inspired sculpture.