|Love, love, love.|
I created an exhibit to celebrate the beauty and artistry of typography. As you can see the word featured in this exhibit is...LOVE. The sculptures I used here are inspired by the work of Robert Indiana who first designed a Christmas card in 1964 for the Museum of Modern Art.
|The now iconic image was placed on a US post stamp in 1973.|
He later created a sculpture made from steel and since 1970 it has remained on exhibit at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Many recreations and parodies of the sculpture have been erected internationally.
|The original 'Love' sculpture|
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Details: gold/white 'Love' sculptures were Christmas ornaments from Urban Outfitter; small silver 'Love' sculpture was a place card holder from party supply chain; chair is ReacJapn; Desk from The Container Store; Laptop from Rement and pedestal is a napkin ring from West Elm.