May the 4th is the birthday of the late artist Keith Haring, who died in 1990 at the age of 31 of AIDS-related complications. Google is celebrating the artist's memory with a Doodle drawn in Haring's distinctive style. Part of what made New York City such an exciting place to live in the 1980s for young art students like me was the chance encounters with graffiti by Haring, who plastered over subway posters with his own white-on-black "radiant babies" and other cartoon-like drawings.
Searching to put some street cred into your style? The late and iconic graffiti-turned-pop artist Keith Haring and his signature scribbles have been fittingly tapped by two major fans: OBEY (fronted by artist Shepard Fairey) and Urb... Read Post
Today's Google's welcome page honors the birthday of artist Keith Haring, whose distinctive cartoons became part of the cultural landscape of the 1980s. "His populist philosophy is easily traceable in his paintings: he used simple, ... Read Post