In 2007, Damien Hirst made international headlines with the release of ‘For the Love of God’, a human skull cast in platinum and set with 8,601 diamonds, totalling a massive 1,106.18 carats. The raw materials used in its creation makes ‘For the Love of God’ an artwork of unprecedented artistry and scale. 


In the years following the sculpture’s release, Hirst reproduced the image in a series of print editions, including ‘For the Love of God’ (2011). Staring back at the viewer, the work, like the sculpture, is often interpreted as a direct and confrontational memento mori, a reminder of the fragility of life.  


59 x 45 cm


Silkscreen print with glaze and diamond dust on paper

Edition Size

1000 + 10 AP


Signed & numbered on the front in pen, with the artist's stamp verso


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