by Alison Zavos in New Art on Tuesday 24 April 2012

Henry Hargreaves has always been fascinated by Damien Hirst’s work and that boarder of what is and isn’t considered ‘Art.’

Inspired by Hirst’s worldwide retrospective of his Dot paintings at every Gagosian gallery, Hargreaves decided to recreate some of these paintings made from M&M’s. At a distance they look just like his works but at closer inspection the iconic ‘M’ is visible on each dot. This series was styled by Sarah Guido. [via Feature Shoot]