Damien Hirst has often shocked the public using maggots, bisected sheep and a bleeding cow’s head as artistic materials. The artist explores existential topics including the subject of death and its representation. His work For The Love of God was a platinum cast of an actual human skull which used real teeth and was encrusted with 8,601 diamonds. A lifeless object took on a ghostlike presence of its own.
For Heaven’s Sake similarly casts a baby’s skull in platinum and is adorned with pink and white diamonds. Each tiny diamond glistens and glints in the light as the artwork slowly rotates before our eyes. Working directly with the artist, Sedition presents this exclusive limited edition in high definition (HD) format.