Tuesday, February 20, 2024

This Artwork Made From Ecstasy Will Cost You More Than A Million Bucks

A London artist known for his use of ecstasy pills in his masterpieces is at it again. This time, he’s given knew meaning to the word “overdose.”

The Spirit of Ecstasy uses 7-thousand pills and costs one-million pounds (about $1.3 Million). That’s a lot of Molly.

According to MixMag, the exhibit features a silicone and fiberglass figure of an unnamed model, whom many swear is Cara Delevingne , suspended in a window of pills.


The artist, named Chemical X, says that his work is about “potential suspended in an everlasting moment, allowing the viewer to see what has been, what is and what could be — all in the same instant.”

Chemical X is famous for designing the original Ministry Of Sound logo and has previously collaborated with none other than Banksy and Damien Hirst.


A portion of sales from the exhibit will benefit a drug safety organization called The Loop. The location and date of the exhibition are TBA.


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