British artist Damien Hirst has raised a record-breaking £70 million by selling off loads of his artwork at auction - and he's not finished yet.
He's got loads more pieces up for sale on Tuesday and experts reckon the whole sale could raise more than £100 million - the most for any sale dedicated to one artist.
Some of his most famous artworks feature dead animals preserved in glass cases of chemicals, like this bull in a tank of formaldehyde which sold for a staggering £10.34 million!
But you'd need a pretty big house to find room for this massive piece, called The Incredible Journey.
It's really unusual for an artist to sell their own work at auction and people from all over the world have been bidding to get their hands on a Damien Hirst original.
He's one of the world's most famous living artists and described the auction as "probably the most amazing show I've put on".
But if dead animals aren't really your thing, how about a piece featuring butterflies and diamonds? This is called New Midas' Lie and sold for a whopping £993,250.