LGBT PoP GLBT
"To deconstruct an idea is to show
how that idea undermines what it
In the 1960s, Robert Indiana decon- structed both language and visual art with his pop art LOVE sculpture. These designs' link to that cultural icon is deliberate, not only for their reference to our shared human experience of love, but because we— lesbian, gay, bi, or trans—are each more than colored stripes and one letter in an abbrevia- tion. Each character is defined as much by its relation to the entire design as its own identity. The whole is big and bold.
|« ‹ ^ › »|
Copyright © 2005-2019 by Jamie McCanless. All rights reserved.