28 July 2012

'Love' of Art, A Gallery Exhibit

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
Welcome to studio7! The gallery curator 
keeps client lists and inventory on a laptop.

'B' Love
Love Faith
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.


Mad For Mod said...

I "LOVE" it!

Jazzi said...

hear hear! I LOVE it too xx

studioseven said...

Thanks, just a little something different.

studioseven said...

Smiles and blushes.

Post a Comment

Share your aesthetic sensibilities, leave a comment!