Damien Hirst’s pickled cock and bull make conversation piece at new Shoreditch restaurant

A pickled bull and cockerel should make a conversation piece for diners, as the centrepiece of a new Shoreditch restaurant.

Brit artist Damien Hirst - famous for preserving animals in formaldehyde – created the artwork “Cock and Bull,” which is displayed in a massive translucent box above the guests at Mark Hix’s latest restaurant Tramshed.

The celebrated chef and food writer set up the eaterie in a famous tramshed building in Garden Walk which was built in 1905.


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