Robert Indiana (born 1928 in New Castle, Indiana, U.S.) is one of the key figures of the Pop Art movement in America, most famous for his iconic LOVE image. With its stacked letters and angled O, the image has been adapted into large scale steal sculptures that have been exhibited throughout the world, and even made into a U.S. postage stamp in 1973.
In 1954, after attending art schools around the US and in Scotland, the artist… Read more
About the artwork
Robert Indiana’s LOVE, with its angled O, is one of the most recognized images in Pop Art, symbolising all the hopeful ideology of the 1960s. The artist never copyrighted the design, his potent sign was a gift given to all.