Artist Robert Indiana

Love Is All Around: Robert Indiana's Iconic Sculpture

Celebrating the late artist's greatest work.

"It became too popular," the artist Robert Indiana said of his most famous work - the LOVE sculpture. Indiana, who died at age 89 on May 19 at his home in Maine, first created his image of the word "love" in 1965, initially as a painting, and eventually as a sculpture. With its bold colors and tilted "O", it has been replicated, translated and displayed in cities over the world, becoming an iconic work of modern art. Here, a journey around the world with LOVE, in honor of the artist.

New York City AndreyKrav New York City Yerevan, Armenia efesenko Yerevan, Armenia Philadelphia, PA Richard Levine/Corbis via Getty Images Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Raymond Boyd/Getty Images Philadelphia, PA The Philadelphia Museum of Art temporarily displayed a Spanish language version of the iconic sculpture in 2016 Jerusalem DEA / S. VANNINI/De Agostini/Getty Images Jerusalem Ahava, the Hebrew word for love Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields/Getty Images Indianapolis, IN Tbilisi, Georgia Daro Sulakauri/Contour by Getty Images Tbilisi, Georgia Milan Patrick McMullan/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images Milan Berlin TOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP/Getty Images Berlin Norman, Oklahoma Wolterk Norman, Oklahoma Tokyo Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images Tokyo Derbyshire, UK Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images Derbyshire, UK Hong Kong PHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images Hong Kong London, UK Mike Kemp/Corbis via Getty Images London, UK Robert Indiana Jack Mitchell/Getty Images Robert Indiana