Damien Hirst is exhibiting a Valentine's Day inspired pop up show at London's Paul Stolper Gallery, for a limited February run. Simply titled Love, the exhibition is made up of a collection of foil blocked heart butterfly prints, which Hirst calls – Love Gold, eight of which are silkscreened and six of which are made with gold leaf.

 Damien Hirst exhibition to celebrate love pops up in London

 Damien Hirst exhibition to celebrate love pops up in London

There are also a series of sculptures in resin mix called ♡YU4EVA that takes the shape of a heart-pill (pictured above). It wouldn't be a Hirst exhibition without a nod to the subversive, in this case, that role is suitably filled by Love Struck – a heart that has been pierced by a crossbow bolt and suspended in a sweets jar.

Cynics mights say that this is another example of Hirst's commercialised reputation in the art world, and to that he might respond: "love is a beautiful thing and I see it as a small antidote to all the horror in the world." What is your take? 

 Damien Hirst exhibition to celebrate love pops up in London

 Damien Hirst exhibition to celebrate love pops up in London

 Damien Hirst exhibition to celebrate love pops up in London