From the first limited edition (edition unspecified), a musical sculpture, which when wound up, rotates and plays the tune "Rain drops keep falling on my Head". Based on the monumental 36 foot original marble sculpture the artist installed outside the Milan stock exchange in 2010 on the Piazza Affari. Titled 'L.O.V.E.', an acronym for love, hate, vendetta, eternity in Italian - it was an open criticism of the international financial mis-management that lead to the credit crunch in 2008.
Despite some criticism from workers at the Bourse feeling it was directed at them, the palm of the hand faces the stock exchange. "It's actually more the stock exchange giving the middle finger to the world", said Mr. Cattelan.