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Claes Oldenburg. Apple Core 1990 I like this piece of art work because it is very realistic and looks like a real apple that hes been left outside to rot. It has been made by a solid frame which couls be made of metal, wood, card or anything hard enough to keep its shape. That has then been covered with paper-mache and painted to make it look more realistic.


Pop Sculptor

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.


This sculptour is by Claes Oldenburg. I like this sculptour becuase it is scary how it looks like the people are being swept away. I also like how the sculptour constantly looks like it is going to fall because it is on a slant and there is nothing holding it up.


Claes Oldenburg (b1982) is an American sculptor, best known for his public art installations typically featuring very large replicas of everyday objects. Another theme in his work is soft sculpture versions of everyday objects.