Brash West Coast streetwear label Joyrich continue their series of pop-culture collaborations (having previously teamed up with The Simpsons, Keith Haring and Mickey Mouse) by teaming up with gentleman’s “lifestyle” publication… Joyrich x Playboy Fall/Winter 2014 Capsule Collection is a post by Alec Leach on Highsnobiety.
Reebok Classic have once again enlisted the works of the late, great street artist Keith Haring for a batch of new eye-popping Pump sneakers, in light of the Pump’s imminent 25th anniversary and the Pump Fury’s recent 20th birthday… Reebok Classic x Keith Haring Fall/Winter 2014 Pump Sneakers is a post by Alec Leach on Highsnobiety.
Crack is Wack is arguably Keith Haring's best-known work. It might also be the most famous mural in New York City. For one, it probably has more daily views than any other mural in NYC, due to its location next to passing cars on the Harlem River Drive (in Manhattan at 128th Street). How Crack is Wack came to be is not well-known. Show More Summary
Once again we have dived headfirst into the depths of e-commerce and emerged bearing a selection of this week’s best items from the world of menswear and beyond. From luxury sneakers to art books and kitchen accessories, here are our… What Dropped This Week | Neighborhood, Keith Haring, Common Projects & More is a post by Alec Leach on Highsnobiety.
Check it out! Hit the turf at BOMB Magazine for an in-depth interview with Andrew Blackley, Johanna Burton, and Scott Treleaven concerning Keith Haring’s affiliation with Brion Gysin, William S. Burroughs, and other NYC art-language practitioners. This conversation comes on the heels of a new exhibition at the Fales Library at NYU called “Keith Haring: [...]
Curbed NY has put together a list of NYC's must-see murals, including a Keith Haring work he was originally fined $25 for painting. The Parks Department painted it over after the anti-drug statement was defaced, but eventually apologized to the...
Whether gracing New York City subway stations, murals in Melbourne or Tokyo, or lining the walls of the finest art galleries, openly-gay artist Keith Haring made a massive impact. Not only is he a gay icon himself, but his unmistakable...
Bold graphic lines. Wear-if-you-dare color. Haute couture mixed with high street mixed with, the street. Many of the most visually exciting looks stomping down the catwalk and the sidewalk in S/S 2014 can be traced back to three movements...Show More Summary
Cover yourself in Jackson Pollock‘s inky drips, schlep your stuff under the cover of Warholian camouflage, and wear the creative feats of Keith Haring on your feet—all for less than the price of admission to New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Show More Summary
by Alex Balk “The last time I saw that kind of energy was Keith Haring or Jean-Michel. It was so intense. I don’t even think he was on drugs.” 0 Comments The post Intoxication Doubted appeared first on The Awl.
The Long Beach Museum of Art debuted 41 newly acquired art works in its latest exhibition entitled Enriching and Engaging ? Selected Recent Acquisitions. The exhibition runs from March 7, 2014 - June 15, 2014. Among the artists featured...Show More Summary
When is a snail not just a snail? When it was painted by a late, great gay master. Local photographer Matthew Terrell reveals one little snail of which gay Atlanta can be extra proud.
Reebok Classic teams up once again with the Keith Haring Foundation to rework several styles for Spring/Summer 2014. Included in this season’s offerings is the Classic Leather Lux, Workout Mid Strap, Princess and NPC Lux, all of which… Reebok Classic x Keith Haring Spring/Summer 2014 Collection is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
Keith Haring's artwork is among the most recognizable of the 20th century -- but the authenticity of roughly 80 paintings has been called into question... and now, a group of art dealers is suing for $40 MILLION, claiming it's being falsely accused…
High up among the stars, red and green dancers wriggle. They squiggle across the upturned belly of a writhing, orange snake, itself carried aloft by two bold stick figures. It’s obviously a Keith Haring work. Or at least it looks like one. Show More Summary
A guerrilla street artist who goes by “Keith Haring’s Ghost” has been beautifying the electric box eyesores of Jacksonville, Florida with images inspired by the late, great Haring as protest to the city failing to pass an equal rights ordinance that would have granted workplace protection based on sexual orientation. He chose Haring’s distinct style […]
Although it can’t claim to be the birthplace of graffiti, New York City in the 1970s and 1980s saw street art become a movement, made Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring into worldwide art stars, and laid the groundwork for Shepard Fairey and Banksy to become household names. … Read More
The Center for Curatorial Studies and the Human Rights Project at Bard College announced the Keith Haring Fellowship in Art and Activism. Made possible through a five year-grant of $80,000 per year, the Keith Haring Fellowship is a cross-disciplinary,...Show More Summary