Ben Baller's IF & CO. has unveiled its latest madcap creation: an insane Takashi Murakami-inspired chain made for the Colombian singer J Balvin.

Two of the pieces, confirmed as an official project between Baller and Murakami, have been made. Previously, Murakami had said he was interested in owning a piece similar to Balvin's flower spinner chain, which was also created by Baller.

The new ice feature a 300-gram 18k white goal pedant body that arrives alongside a 400gram brushed and polished 18k white gold snake-cut Cuban link chain. Each piece boasts over 5,000 stones, including gemstones and VVS1 E/F color diamonds.

One of the chains will go to J Balvin while the other will remain with Murakami. It's estimated that each chain cost around $560,000 to make.

What do you make of the piece? Leave us your thoughts.

If you missed it, peep J Balvin giving GQ a look at his jewellery collection below.

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