"We must buy the diamond skull for Britain" - this proclamation was made tohis countrymen by Jonathan Jones, a journalist of the Guardian to keep the"most amazing artefacts ever made in this country".Jones thus encourages the British to purchase this "work of art", made by"the treasure of Great Britain" Damien Hirst, which is currently on themarket for 50 million pounds.Our British friends, we are coming to rescue you!Like the cheap Polish labour well known to you, Polish artist Peter Fusswishes to relieve the British nation from such a great expense."For the laugh of God" by Peter Fuss will be available in the Polish car onART CAR BOOT FAIR at a competitive price of 1000 pounds. In addition, youmay also buy a limited (1000 copies) edition of signed and numbered graphicsfor only 1 pound each. You will not have to wait for tickets anymore to seea skull set with diamonds, and the time of watching Fuss's skull willcertainly not be limited to 5 minutes!To make his work, Peter Fuss used about 9870 pieces of glass polished andcut to look like diamonds, worth 250 pounds and spent 18 hours to completethe piece. Income from sale of Fuss's skull and its accompanying graphics issupposed to amount to 2000 pounds - this is eight times as much as theinvested amount!Before the skull goes to the trade fairs to London, it can be seen inPoland, during the Modelator event in Modelarnia, which will take place on28 June.