This work is one of a series of nine screenprints. It is printed in colors on a full sheet of wove paper and signed and numbered in pencil (the edition was 100). This series was published by Edition Domberger, in Bonlanden, West Germany, and has their blindstamp. There is very minor wear in places, otherwise in very good condition. Each work in this series is set in an original brown paper folder with biographical text and photographs screenprinted on the cover and contained in the original corrugated cardboard folder with box. Given the age, the box has some minor discoloration and wear along its edges.
A preeminent figure of the American Pop Art movement, Robert Indiana uses words, numbers, and graphic designs to express philosophical ideas. Indiana's work is influenced by American writers, from Herman Melville to Walt Whitman, as well as by contemporaries such as Jasper Johns.