How many hearts has Jim Dine drawn over the course of his career? “Millions…I have no idea but it’s mine and I use it as a template for all my emotions,” Dine has said. According to Dine, the heart is a simple shape with limitless potential to represent friends, family, poetry, travel, and more. To showcase these different sentiments, the Pop artist renders his hearts with an expressive touch, filled with patchworks of colors and energetic brushstrokes. While Dine is perhaps best known for his hearts, he’s also dedicated his career to other popular symbols, including tools, plants, robes, the Venus de Milo, and Pinocchio.