Damien Hirst

Step into the extraordinary realm of Damien Hirst’s artistic universe as you explore our exclusive collection of prints. With an enticing range of high-quality wall art prints, we invite you to discover the captivating essence of Hirst’s unique style and visionary talent. Crafted with meticulous care in Australia using only the finest materials, each print guarantees an exceptional product that embodies uncompromising quality. Delve into our collection and find the perfect match for your preferences, with choices including stretched canvas prints, framed prints, floating frames, paper prints, and rolled canvas prints.

Hirst’s artwork is renowned for its bold concepts, meticulous craftsmanship, and provocative themes. From his iconic series like “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living” to his mesmerising spot paintings, Hirst pushes the boundaries of contemporary art. Each print in our collection is produced using state-of-the-art printing technology and premium-quality materials, ensuring that the colors remain vibrant and true-to-life. We are dedicated to preserving the integrity and beauty of Hirst’s art, and our prints are made with archival-quality inks and acid-free materials to ensure longevity and durability.

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Damien Hirst was born as Damien Steven Brennan in 1965 in Bristol. The artists grew up in Leeds for most of his life and had a keen interest in the subject from his school days. He’s known majorly for his work with dead animals preserved in formaldehyde.

About his Early Life
Hirst had a troubled childhood, with his mother’s marriage breaking down with his stepfather when he was twelve. Then on, a short but significant career in petty crimes started for him; he was caught shoplifting twice. Despite all of this, he got into Goldsmith’s College at the University of London and studied art. He organized an exhibit in college, called “Freeze” which earned a lot of critical acclaims. He later became part of a movement known as the Young British Artists, who were known for their interest in unusual forms of art.

About his Work
Hirst’s keen interest in death is visible in his earliest works as well. His first solo exhibition was held at the Woodstock Street Gallery in 1991. Later that year, he displayed his piece “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living” at an art show for the Young British Artists. The piece had a shark preserved in formaldehyde in a 14-foot-long glass tank.  Interestingly, he favoured industrial buildings to display his art than going for traditional British galleries, which everyone else did.

Hirst became known for his controversial and often gruesome work, the most renowned one being the “Mother and Child Divided.” The work was displayed at an international exhibition in Venice in 1993 and featured a bisected cow and her calf in four glass cases, preserved in formaldehyde. He soon became one of the most famous British artists and won the prestigious Turner Prize in 1995.

Though known for his glass tank pieces, Hirst also has paintings and sculptures. Some of his famous works include the “spot paintings” or “Controlled Substances Key Painting”, which feature rows of differently colored circles. However, most of these pieces were painted by his assistants.

However, there has been a decreasing interest in his art lately. His 2007 work, “For the Love of God” included platinum skull encrusted with diamonds. The piece wasn’t well received by critics and took some time to get sold as well.

Our collection of Damien Hirst prints offers a wide range of sizes and formats to suit your preferences and complement your living spaces. Whether you prefer the classic elegance of a framed print, the contemporary appeal of a stretched canvas, the modern aesthetic of a floating frame, the versatility of a paper print, or the flexibility of a rolled canvas print, we have options to suit every taste. Each print is meticulously crafted with attention to detail and a commitment to preserving the essence of Hirst’s art. Explore our collection today and bring the captivating beauty and thought-provoking concepts of Damien Hirst’s masterpieces into your home, creating an atmosphere of artistic intrigue and conversation.