In 2007 Damien Hirst exhibited his diamond encrusted skull sculpture entitled 'For the Love of God'. It was a huge moment in the art world and thus an explosion of skull artwork came into the mainstream. Under much controversy, the piece was reportedly sold for £50m, but even now the true price is unknown.
You can own your piece of skull art for considerably less that a Hirst pricetag! This particular ornament is covered in vibrant graffiti and has the unique touch of wearing mirrored sunglasses.
He's a great addition to a fashion forward interior and would look so eye-catching in a clean, crisp interior as a stand out piece or as an addition to an already colourful home.
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Here at Brown and Ginger we promise to do our best to have a positive impact on our environment, we've switched to using paper tape for over 99% of our orders which is not only easier for you to open (no scissors required!) but it's easier on the environment. We also use 100% starch packing chips which simply melt away under water and FSC certified voidfill paper.
Only where absolutely neccessary do we use plastic packaging which has been re-used from other packaging, come with the product from the factory or, when shipping mirrors or particularly delicate items, to provide the extra protection to stop the items breaking in transit.
We're working with our suppliers to reduce their use of plastic and will always do our best to ensure we're being as ethical as possible in all of our practices.