You can see Claes Oldenburg's famous Clothespin sculpture in Philadelphia. Once again, we see an everyday object magnified to an extreme and plopped right down into a busy town center, as though it were another building. This photograph by Tara Bradford particularly blends the clothespin in well with the surrounding skyscrapers and even makes the sculpture appear bigger than those other, impressive buildings. This is the effect Oldenburg had in mind: to blend in these larger-than-life items almost as social experiments, to spark a public reaction as much as to comment on contemporary culture and the function of art in the community. Much of Pop Art is made for the people.