British artist Damien Hirst has turned Kate Moss into a ghoul for a shocking new high art magazine cover shot.
The eccentric painter, sculptor and restaurateur has imagined what the supermodel's face would look like if half her skin was peeled off for the cover of the second issue of U.S. publication Tar.
And there's another odd tribute to Moss inside the magazine - a seven-page essay about the catwalk stunner by shamed U.S. author James Frey, who conned readers into thinking his memoir about his drug-fuelled past was for real.
Frey had to apologise to Oprah Winfrey, who picked the author's A Million Little Pieces for her famous Book Club.
The writer confessed much of what he had written was fiction.