Hirst painted and modified a Fender Telecaster and an Eastwood acoustic guitar, and they will be sold in a raffle for the charity Strummerville.
Hirst employed his unique painting techniques on both of the guitars, and they will be on display in London at Other Criteria gallery until August 19, when Clash guitarist Mick Jones will draw the winning tickets live at 'Strummer of Love', a music festival celebrating the life of Joe Strummer.
Strummer of Love will feature acts such as The Pogues, Seasick Steve and Badly Drawn Boy, as well as a performance by Mick Jones himself.
It will take place in the Blackdown Hills in Somerset from August 17 to August 19. Tickets are still available on the Strummer of Love website.
Fans can enter the raffle for £20 per ticket to be in with a chance of winning the guitars. Entries online will be accepted until August 17.
Damien Hirst's Tate Modern retrospective
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