A prominent figure of 1980s New York graffiti culture, Keith Haring could be found in every subway station in the city. His masterful use of saturated colours, accessible imagery and wit enabled him to collect with a large audience. He proved the legitimacy of street art by bringing it directly to museums and galleries, effectively blurring the boundary between high and low culture. Haring's lively drawings tackle universal themes in a unique, cartoon-like way that has awarded him international recognition. These energetic drawings have been printed and framed by King and McGaw, retaining the vibrancy through high quality printing methods.
Chosen by Heals from the impressive King & Mcgaw range.
Complete with stained black solid ash frame
Printed on matt paper, ideally suited for prints