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Claes Oldenburg Elements: Line, color, shape, form Principle: Symmetrical balance, unity, contrast, proportion

Claes Oldenburg Elements: Line, color, shape, form Principle: Symmetrical balance, unity, contrast, proportion

Soft Shuttlecock- Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. e-size, form, colour, shape. p- value, unity, balance, symmetry

Soft Shuttlecock- Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. e-size, form, colour, shape. p- value, unity, balance, symmetry

Claes Oldenburg Exhibit - coming to the Walker in Sept of 2013 - Definitely going to this!

Claes Oldenburg Exhibit - coming to the Walker in Sept of 2013 - Definitely going to this!

CLAES OLDENBURG & COOSJE VAN BRUGGEN    http://mydesignstories.net/profiles/blogs/claes-oldenburg-coosje-van-bruggen

CLAES OLDENBURG & COOSJE VAN BRUGGEN http://mydesignstories.net/profiles/blogs/claes-oldenburg-coosje-van-bruggen

Huge Bicycle Wheel in the ground! Claes Oldenburg, Parc du Villette, Paris, France.  How much would kids love seeing this at the park and running in and out of the spokes!  I thought this was quite cool how they have set the scene, with the tyre in the ground.

Huge Bicycle Wheel in the ground! Claes Oldenburg, Parc du Villette, Paris, France. How much would kids love seeing this at the park and running in and out of the spokes! I thought this was quite cool how they have set the scene, with the tyre in the ground.

Claes Oldenburg, "Clothespin," 1976, Philadelphia. © 1976 Claes Oldenburg. Photo by Attilio Maranzano. | Pop Sculptor       previous  1 / 4  next     Over the past six decades, Claes Oldenburg, 82, has built an international reputation by transforming everyday objects like clothespins, hamburgers and electrical outlets into soft or oversized sculptures.

Claes Oldenburg, "Clothespin," 1976, Philadelphia. © 1976 Claes Oldenburg. Photo by Attilio Maranzano. | Pop Sculptor previous 1 / 4 next Over the past six decades, Claes Oldenburg, 82, has built an international reputation by transforming everyday objects like clothespins, hamburgers and electrical outlets into soft or oversized sculptures.