"Brangelina Forever," a life-size casting of Brad and Angelina in bed, making love Harlequin Romance-style, with a cooing dove perched on Brad's finger, is installed in the ceiling of the master bedroom to inspire a 'sexual healing' for the room's occupants.
The statues are embedded with crushed glass containing Brad and Angie's DNA obtained from wine glasses from which they drank while reportedly celebrating the anniversary of their first meeting on the set of "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."
"The 'Brangelina' sculpture is destined to exist forever, the way Brad and Angie's relationship will persist in people's memories. Theirs is the Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton romance of our time," said publicist Cory Allen.
Inspired by Brad Pitt's mission to help rebuild houses in New Orleans's Lower Ninth Ward after hurricane Katrina, the artist Xvala built "The Brangelina," a house which requests its future owners agree to extend 'Honorary Ownership' of their home to Pitt and Jolie, and to accommodate them every time they come to town to visit Pitt's grandmother.
"I believe every home in America should become an 'honorary home' to our superstars, in order to connect celebrities and regular people in spirit," said Xvala.
The statue and the house are part of the documentary "Domestic Bliss: The Daniel Edwards/XVALA Project" by Oklahoma filmmaker Dave Smith and produced by Vacant Era Films, scheduled to premiere at The New York Academy of Art. A segment of the film has been posted on YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gl9FCWyRD3A.