Robert Indiana’s HOPE

“I’d like to cover the world with hope,” said Robert Indiana, the artist whose iconic “LOVE” series became a global symbol of unity during the turmoil of the 1960s. In 2008, Indiana felt the world was ready for a new message, and designed “HOPE” for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign. “I wanted to help name and empower the next generation and I felt that HOPE encompassed the needs of our time,” he said. With its forward-leaning O, “HOPE” symbolizes perseverance, and pushing ahead toward a brighter future.

Scroll below to view our curated selection from Indiana’s HOPE series, click on each photo for all the info on the artwork. If you want to see more head over to to view our entire collection of Fine Art. Email with any inquiries. 

Four Seasons of Hope, 2012
HOPE (Red/Blue/Green), 2009
HOPE (R/B/W), 2008
HOPE (R/W/B), 2008
HOPE (B/G), 2012
HOPE (W/R/B), 2008

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