This post involves one item which melds two things that utterly fascinate me: art and sharks.
Because I spend an unbelievable amount of time thinking about sharks, my mind was bound to get around to this question.
Whatever happened to that art piece by Damien Hirst, “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living”?
Basically, whatever the hell happened to that huge, rotting, frightening, yet delightfully dead giant shark which Damien Hirst artfully placed in a giant tank? I was going to tell you, but my link died. Instead I'll provide this link to Hirst's bio.
Although Hirst's shark piece is cool/ridiculous(depending on your views), we can't ever forget that sharks are everywhere, very much alive, very very hungry, and they love the thrill of feasting on poor defenseless humans who don't even see them coming and don't stand a measly chance against such magnificently awesome apex predators.
That is all :)
I found a site that links to a video of Hirst refurbishing his giant shark piece!!!! Coooooooooollll.