Alexander McQueen. One of my favorites. I'd wear it if I wasn't so clumsy...I'd probably impale myself on one of those antlers.

12 Exotic Pieces Of Alexander McQueen's Work

Style Mad Alice: Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Alexander McQueen Savage Beauty at the V&A - Exhibition preview

Inside The V&A's McQueen

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Alexander McQueen - saw this piece in real life.  McQueen said that the lower back is the sexiest part on any person.  You can see this focus come out his work.

See More Beautiful Images of the Pieces in the Met’s Alexander McQueen Exhibit

This was Shaun Leane for Alexander McQueen, Spine Corset, Spring/Summer 1998 Aluminum and black leather. Said McQueen to Harper’s Bazaar, April “I find beauty in the grotesque, like most artists. I have to force people to look at things.

Damien Hirst Artwork

Confetti Death, by Miami-based graffiti artist TYPOE, manages to be violent and poetic at the same time. A skull is seen vomiting colorful shards of spray paint caps onto a bright white wall. Modern art does not get more punk rock than this.

Damien Hirst & Alexander McQueen Collaboration - in fact can be a nice tattoo idea! skull of butterflies maybe a watercolor tattoo

In celebration of the anniversary of the skull scarf, Alexander McQueen presents an exclusive collaboration with Damien Hirst. The iconic skull scarf has been a signature accessory of the house first seen in the

escultura de Damien Hirst y Phillipe Pasqua

Skull sculpture Oh my, I want! - Kind of creepy but kind of cool.

Damien Hirst: 'For the Love of God', 2007. A platinum cast of an 18th-century human skull set with 8,601 diamonds and teeth. Hirst, amused by his mother's reaction to this work, borrowed the expression she used for the title.

How Diamond Dave Eludes Justice

Human skull covered in diamonds. 'For the Love of God', Damien Hirst


Rankin & Damien Hirst: Myths, Monsters and Legends

The painted skulls 2 - Damien Hirst & Rankin - Myths, Monsters and Legends


VANITAS [noun] in art, a genre of still-life painting that flourished in the Netherlands in the early century. A vanitas painting contains collections of objects symbolic of the inevitability of.