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The “Hallucinatory Head" by Damien Hirst

 - Nov 12, 2008
References: highsnobiety
Artist Damien Hirst’s conspicuous obsession with death is a well-known fact in the art world. Hirst’s latest sculpture exhibit is called "Hallucinatory Head" and consists of 50 skulls "painted with the Spin painting technique, that Hirst is known for," notes Highsnobiety.

Hirst awed the art world last year with the work entitled, "For the Love of God" which consists of a platinum cast human skull encrusted with 8,601 flawless diamonds.

The skull sold for $50 million.