Keith Haring

Keith Haring

Available Art by Keith Haring

Keith Haring - Fertility - 1

Fertility 1 – Keith Haring

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Fertility 2 – Keith Haring

Pop Shop IV 1 - Keith Haring

Pop Shop IV 1 – Keith Haring

About Keith Haring

Keith HaringKeith Haring was born in Reading, Pennsylvania in 1958. His father was an amateur cartoonist and Haring became intrigued with art at an early age. He spent time with his father producing drawings, and listed The Looney Toons and Walt Disney animation cartoons as inspiration.

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Red Dog By Keith Haring

Red Dog – Keith Haring

Flying Devil By Keith Haring

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Three Eyed Monster By Keith Haring

Three Eyed Monster – Keith Haring

Radiant Baby By Keith Haring

Radiant Baby – Keith Haring

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Angel Baby – Keith Haring

Pop Shop I

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Pop Shop I Best Buddies By Keith Haring

Pop Shop I Best Buddies – Keith Haring

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1 Pop Shop I – Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad I By Keith Haring

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Pop Shop II

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1 Pop Shop II By Keith Haring

1 Pop Shop II – Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad II By Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad II – Keith Haring

Pop Shop III

Pop Shop Quad III By Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad III – Keith Haring

Pop Shop III See No Evil By Keith Haring

Pop Shop III See No Evil – Keith Haring

1 Pop Shop III By Keith Haring

1 Pop Shop III – Keith Haring

Pop Shop III Scissors By Keith Haring

Pop Shop III Scissors – Keith Haring

4 Pop Shop III By Keith Haring

4 Pop Shop III – Keith Haring

Pop Shop IV

4 Pop Shop IV By Keith Haring

4 Pop Shop IV – Keith Haring

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1 Pop Shop IV – Keith Haring

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2 Pop Shop IV – Keith Haring

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3 Pop Shop IV – Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad IV By Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad IV – Keith Haring

Pop Shop V

4 Pop Shop V By Keith Haring

4 Pop Shop V – Keith Haring

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2 Pop Shop V – Keith Haring

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1 Pop Shop V – Keith Haring

3 Pop Shop V By Keith Haring

3 Pop Shop V – Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad V By Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad V – Keith Haring

Pop Shop VI

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Pop Shop Quad VI – Keith Haring

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2 Pop Shop VI – Keith Haring

1 Pop Shop VI By Keith Haring

1 Pop Shop VI – Keith Haring

3 Pop Shop VI By Keith Haring

3 Pop Shop VI – Keith Haring

4 Pop Shop VI By Keith Haring

4 Pop Shop VI – Keith Haring

Retrospect

Retrospect By Keith Haring

Retrospect – Keith Haring

Retrospect B&W By Keith Haring

Retrospect B&W – Keith Haring

Keith Haring was born in Reading, Pennsylvania in 1958. His father was an amateur cartoonist and Haring became intrigued with art at an early age. He spent time with his father producing drawings, and listed The Looney Toons and Walt Disney animation cartoons as inspiration.

Haring was involved with the Jesus Movement in his early teenage years, later he spent time hitchhiking across the country before studying commercial art atPittsburgh’s Ivy School of Professional Art, which he left after two semesters. He then moved to New York City, utilizing subways as his artistic “laboratory” which allowed his graffiti art to gain public recognition. In the 80’s, he organized exhibitions for his work and began plastering his art on various mediums in NewYork City, including telephone poles and subway walls.

Haring used his art to convey bold social messages such as his “Crack Is Wack”mural and a piece titled “Rebel With Many Causes” which brought the unspoken epidemic of AIDS in the 80’s to light, reckoning a “hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil” mentality. Haring was known to produce over 50 artworks as contribution to charities, hospitals, orphanages and day cares. Haring continued to use his work to build awareness for AIDs up until he died of illness due to AIDS related complications in 1990.

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