Marc Quinn is known for making art in a variety of mediums, but his sculpture work may be his strongest. After sharing two other giant infant sculptures in 2008 titled Innoscience and Lucas, another one has been revealed for a permanent installation at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay. The piece weighs seven tons and is 10 meters in length and was built around the idea of depicting his son's early childhood. The work as a whole, titled Planet, is a stunning feat of architecture that contains both private and public sentiment.

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