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UNIVERSITY SHOWS “LOVE” OF CAST ALUMINUM


At fi rst the cover for the Christmas card from New York’s Museum of Modern Art, the “LOVE” image grew into one of the most iconic Pop Art images of its time. Created by Robert Indiana in 1964, the four-letter word was fi rst


reinvented as a sculpture in 1970 outside the Indianapolis Museum of Art in the artist’s home state. Since then, some 40 statues have been installed in various locations all over the world. The Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla., unveiled the latest incarnation in front of the school’s Visitors Center.


Weighing more than 500 lbs., the aluminum casting was a gift to university president David Boren from 1957 alum William Obering. ■


56 | METAL CASTING DESIGN & PURCHASING | May/Jun 2015


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