I have removed the content of this post in response to the following letter from the IMA:
It has come to the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s attention that you are displaying images taken on the IMA grounds on your web site (http://visualingual.wordpress.com/2012/08/20/numbers-by-robert-indiana/). The IMA requests that you immediately cease using the image of the Numbers sculpture where you are standing inside the Zero. This is a violation of the copyright held by the artist of this sculpture, which is maintained by the IMA. These copyrighted works of art require that any time the IMA wishes to use images of them that we must first obtain permission from the appropriate rights holder and pay for the usage, if required.
We are thrilled to be participating in the INDIEana Handicraft Exchange this Saturday, June 9th, at the Harrison Center for the Arts at 1505 Delaware St. in Indianapolis! The event includes over 100 booths with independent design, art and craft, plus live music and a variety of food and beverage vendors. Continue reading →
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum is located on the grounds of the racetrack that hosts the annual Indy 500, “the greatest spectacle in racing.” I’ve been to the race several times but don’t really know anything about cars, so I’ll stick to what I do know: sporty color combos, cool old logos, hand-painted lettering, and bad ass numerals. Continue reading →
This year, VL work kept us really busy, but we were able to squeeze in a few quick trips. I found plenty of inspiration in Cincinnati and beyond, and here are my favorite posts of my adventures. Pictured above is the glorious Guardian Building in downtown Detroit. Continue reading →