For The Love of Dog

A glittering skull tributing Damien Hirst’s most iconic artwork.

This artwork consists of tiny French bulldog skull which I covered with 4000+ multi-colored Swarovski strasses which obviously refers to the most famous and more expansive Damien Hirst’s For the love of God (2007): it represents its “poor” or “ironical” version.

In this case, I also created a sort of mausoleum which puts together the life and death of the animal. The black and white photos collages of the dogs symbolise their earlier life, whose colours are captured by the skull that perpetuates them in the afterlife.

Note: the skull belongs to a puppy French bulldog died in unfortunate events.