Damien Hirst re-designs flag for the Olympics

August 13, 2012 at 11:47 am | Posted in contemporary art, pop culture | Leave a comment
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How will you spend your television viewing nights now that the Olympics are over? Frankly, I’m at a bit of a loss. To close out the London 2012 Summer Olympics, one of Britain’s most famous artists, Damien Hirst, was invited to re-design the Union Jack. Hirst drew upon his signature spin painting style in red, white and blue to a massive stage. The result? Well, nothing short of a Damien Hirst explosion of course, set in the background of London’s finest. Shall we look forward to Russia’s 2014 Winter Olympics? Where do you think you’ll be then?

Photos via Design Boom
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