Now that Noble is going away, who will inherit all the “art” that adorns the Noble office - you know, the pieces AJ squandered megabucks of share holder money on? Will Chevron hold a garage sale? I’m most curious about the inflatable tree root that hangs in the front atrium- who gets that? Will it be a yard ornament for one of our Execs?
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Lest we forget...the legacy of "Noble Energy Way!?"
Another Arne Johnson project... Long live the ghost of Arne! RIP AJ!
The lovely root display made from recycled bottles was brought to Noble by our now famous up-skirter, AJ. I had heard it was being rented from the artist, but don’t know that for sure.
Creepy display found by a creepy guy...
Sorry can you clue me in- empty pop bottles? Sounds as iconic as the Roller Coaster of Death and the Bonus tree, but I dont know which of AJs masterpieces they are
the empty pop bottles are my favorite.
The roller coaster of death is the big piece just outside of Agora
So happy I never have to go back to that campus out in bumfuck Tomball. AKA rednecksville. Too many mouth breathers out there...
Last company I worked for all the art work mysteriously disappeared when the excom left.
Also, what about the tree they transplanted from Ardmore? Cut it down? Just like the execs did to the company.
@unr+16bn5zlv Wow I never put 2 and 2 together. The sculptures AJ bought had cameras in them. CVX aware of this?
Gotta ask - what is the 'rollercoaster of death'. I was there several years but didn't hear that one.
Did you notice the camera in each one.
Dont forget the rollercoaster of death! Noble in a nutshell!
i got 5 on it.
Belongs to Chevron now!
That is better known as the “Bonus tree”. The year that garbage was bought (for over 100K) no one got a bonus even though the company had a good year.