“Each letter is represented by an artwork, or an element of a piece, from my earliest works to my latest series,” as well as being a different type font, Damien Hirst tells the Guardian, because Damien Hirst is found of type fonts.
This encyclopedia of Damien Hirst is, perhaps, the best outline of all his tropes, from “S is for Spin” for the spin paintings to “L is for Lamb” and “J is for Jaw” in formaldehyde. He doesn’t think that’s too intense.”I was brought up Catholic, and I felt the power of art from a very young age – seeing the brutality of all those images of flayed apostles and tortured saints was a pretty strong introduction.”
Awesome. Your kids can learn about Damien Hirst’s art, fonts, the brutality of life and relentless #brand marketing, all at the same time!
Aw, fuck you, guys. YOUR JOKES ARE GETTING OLD, HOW ABOUT THAT?