EDIT 24/8/12 - The Hirst exhibition was great! I walked through quickly once (because I'm greedy like that!) and then again much slower, reading all the info on the walls and in the booklet that was handed out at the entrance. I got to see all the Hirst greats - the Spot Paintings, the Medicine Cabinets, The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, Lullaby just to name a few. My favorite is Doorways to the Kingdom of Heaven, amazing in its intricacy and so beautiful to look at. There are only a few days of the exhibition left so if you can get to the Tate Modern in London, do it!
One word of advice, don't tell a starved-looking rabid bitch to relax because she will call you an ugly lesbian.
I am very excited to be going to the Damien Hirst exhibition at the Tate Modern tomorrow. The exhibition brings together 20 years of Hirst's work. Unfortunately, For The Love Of God is no longer part of the show - dammit! I will update this entry after I get back but I'm sure it's going to be out of this world.
Very cool and ultra funky custom kicks, trainers, tekkies or what ever you call those canvas and rubber things you put on your feet.
Ethereal, freaky but so very, very cool!
Very quirky with beautiful colours.
Felicity is a fine artist. I feel truly inspired by her work!