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Inside Damien Hirst's macabre 'art' factory

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Controversial artist Damien Hirst has created an enormous new factory to produce his next ‘masterpieces’ – complete with its own formaldehyde studio to convert slaughtered animals into lucrative artworks.

Architectural drawings obtained by The Mail on Sunday reveal that Hirst, who is notorious for making art out of pickled sharks and rotting cow heads, has created a plant which, at nearly 97,000 square feet, is the size of 34 tennis courts and includes a gallery to woo rich buyers.

The factory, on the edge of a housing estate in Dudbridge, Gloucestershire, has provoked opposition from local residents concerned that it will bring carcinogenic formaldehyde – used to preserve dead bodies – within yards of their homes.

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Simbi Laveau

Yer killing me here.....another "artist" that should be flayed .....

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