Damien Hirst, famous for his controversial sculptures, has done it again with his latest work of a baby's skull cast in platinum and studded with thousands of pink and white diamonds. The skull is believed to be of a less then two-week-year-old dead baby, acquired by Hirst when he bought a 19-century pathology collection.
|$7.1 million pink diamonds set at the forehead|
|Hirst describes this as "quiet bling". It was set with 8,600 diamonds|
(photos courtesy of artobserved.com and telegraph.co.uk)