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The Greaser’s tattoos: Robert Indiana LOVE

Tattoos are cool and the Doll and I have gathered quite the collection. We get asked about the meaning of our pieces of art very often. Most of my tattoos don’t have a deep underlying meaning but represent something I like. Every month, we’re telling you the story behind one of our tattoos.

Tattoo 10

LOVE is the best-known piece of art by Robert Indiana (born as Robert Clark), and one of my favourites.

In 2013, the Doll and I had the chance to go see this sculpture in person, in both New York and Philadelphia. The first “Love sculpture” was created in 1970 and has found a home at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) in Indianapolis, Indiana since 1975.

The Greasers tattoos: Robert Indiana's LOVE - The Greaser and the Doll

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The Greaser

Mixologist in the making, photographer and tiki enthusiast. The Greaser writes about cocktails, music, movies, and more.

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