best known for his public art installations typically featuring very large replicas of everyday objects. Our proposal called for a giant ice cream cone dropped upside down on one of the top corners of the building, tilted forward, so that melting ice cream would appear to drip over the windows. In her presentation of the work.The tilt differentiated it from the surrounding church steeples, while the emphasis on the cone form separated it from the advertising variations found in the street.
Claes Oldenburg - Pop Art History
Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen ~ Saw, Sawing, 1996 (steel, epoxy resin, fiber-reinforced plastic)
Claes Oldenburg's 'Shoestring Potatoes Spilling from a Bag' (1966), pictured here, in Vienna.
Claes Oldenburg Art | Claes Oldenburg | Art since 1945 | Hatje Cantz
Floor Burger, Claes Oldenburg 1962
Dawn Tan Here we can observe what can be made when taking the quilting and intervening of fabrics to the extreme in what refers to scale, shape and concept. The large scale of the pieces and the loud aesthetic inherent to the products they are mimicking make a loud comment on objects of daily human consumption.