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Welcome to Art Lust, sponsored by Arts Origin. This episode we tackle Lullaby Spring by Damien Hirst. That’ bad boy British neo conceptionalist and the UK’s art world poster boy. Hirst like putting lit cigarette in the hole of his penis for journalist while they interview him, very cool to control fire with your wee wee, wonder if he used menthols? But his work is eccetential, let’s take a look, here’s Lullaby Spring. This piece is an imposing giant medicinal cabinet, it seems to mark an exorable mark towards death delayed only by endless progression of prescribed painted pills. Death and sickness often take a central traumatic Hirst work, his name even sounds like that thing they drive dead people in. But he is insane as same as his art yet. This piece commands ten million quid by the Emir of Qatar, that’s a pretty benz, sound as a pound, you can do worst than buying a Hirst. See you next time on Art Lust. And don’t forget to visit our sponsors at artsorigin.com.