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An admiration for the aerodynamic purity and formal beauty of the ‘grand slam’ bombs and rockets designed by Barnes Wallis during World War II motivated McCracken to create these striking sculptures. Commonly associated with war, power and fear, the artist lightens these ‘heavy’ objects by creating them to resemble inflatable toys, and paints them with colours taken from the socks of school boys

Modern, Australian pop-art sculpture

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Rocket – 2m

hand-Formed Stainless-Steel sculpture
industrial coating
vibrant orange with white pin stripe

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An admiration for the aerodynamic purity and formal beauty of the ‘grand slam’ bombs and rockets designed by Barnes Wallis during World War II motivated McCracken to create these striking sculptures. Commonly associated with war, power and fear, the artist lightens these ‘heavy’ objects by creating them to resemble inflatable toys, and paints them with colours taken from the socks of school boys

Modern, Australian pop-art sculpture

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materials

dimensions

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