damien hirst designs 2013 brit award statue
damien hirst designs 2013 brit award statue damien hirst designs 2013 brit award statue
jan 11, 2013

damien hirst designs 2013 brit award statue

damien hirst designs the brit award statue



one of, if not the wealthiest living artists, damien hirst, has designed the 2013 brit award statue featuring his trademark polkadots. the brit award is a music event that honours the greatest of talents shaping the musical landscape, with past statues designed by the likes of vivienne westwood and sir peter blake. the trophy will be handed to this year’s winners during the ceremony at london’s  O2 arena on the 20th of february, 2013 – which will be hosted by presenter james corden for the fourth time.

the trophy will be handed to this year’s winners during the ceremony at london’s O2 arena on the 20th of february, 2013

  • crap[dot]com

    buzzoff says:
  • Has anyone seen Hurst’s latest exhibition where he’s sawn a one trick pony in half and placed it in formaldehyde?

    James says:
  • Gee, I´ve just loved the thing ! Simple and cool. The whole stuff reminds me the 60´s shaping of Japanese tv series heroes. Awkwardly it also made me remember the legend of that mountain up in Mars, the one that looks like a human face and revved up interesting and not-so-interesting hysteria all over the world. A britaward for the britaward.

    Marco Riccioppo says:
  • Polka dots, giant bronze fetuses, student-level paintings….dull dull and duller. But if, as Warhol said, “making money is the greatest art of all,” this guy is the greatest. I’ll give him that.

    Slarti says:

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