‘What I like about Polaroid’s is that they are like a sculpture of a photograph. In other words, when you press the button, the Polaroid comes out of the camera and the image is transformed into an object.’ Mark Quinn. London, 11th May 2009. Marc Quinn (one of the much-feted YBAs) is one of the most important British artists working today. Emerging in the early 90s, he was the first artist represented by Jay Jopling and was exhibited in Charles Saatchi’s defining Sensation. Quinn's signature piece in the art world is Self (1991) (a frozen sculpture of the artist's head made from 4.5 litres (9.5 US pints) of his own blood, taken from his body over a period of 5 months) bought by Saatchi for £13,000 in 1991 (selling in 2005 to a US collector for £1.5m). His other most notable works include the frozen garden he made for Miuccia Prada in the year 2000 (a whole garden full of plants which could never grow together kept in cryogenic suspension); the 15 ton marble statue of Alison Lapper (a woman who was born with no arms and severely shortened legs) which sits on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square in London; his portrait of John Sulston (nobel prizewinner for sequencing the human genome) that contains Sulston’s DNA in agar jelly and the sculptures of Kate Moss (Sphinx April 2006) and the solid gold Siren (May 2007) which is now displayed in the British Museum. Exclusively available on 20ltd.com, this collection of unique and very personal flower polaroids (mounted and signed by Marc himself) represents a rare opportunity to acquire an original work from this historic artist.