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Keith Haring
Lifetime Pins
Circa 1980s
1×1 inches

$25.00

Keith Haring strived to make his work available to the widest range of people possible. His practice of making pins started out as a calling card, which he would give away to people while making his iconic NY Subway Drawings. They later became a staple at The Pop Shop, which existed in SoHo from 1986-2005. He viewed the pins, as well as the shops entire output, an extension of his work.

“Here’s the philosophy behind the Pop Shop: I wanted to continue the same sort of communication as with the subway drawings. I wanted to attract the same wide range of people and I wanted it to be a place where, yes, not only collectors could come, but also kids from the Bronx … this was still an art statement.”

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Red Flying Man   Sold out
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Yellow Flying Man   Sold out
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White Baby   Select this pin
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Orange Baby   Sold out
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Pink Dancers   Sold out
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Orange Dancing Dog   Sold out
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Yellow Dancing Dog   Sold out
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Red Dog on Black   Select this pin
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Red Dog on White   Select this pin
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Black Dog   Select this pin
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Hiroshima   Sold out
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Dolphin   Select this pin
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Gymnase Du Bugnon   Sold out
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White Pop Shop   Select this pin
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Red Pop Shop   Select this pin
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Hot Pink Pop Shop   Select this pin
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Pale Pink Pop Shop   Sold out
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Black Pop Shop   Select this pin
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Yellow Pop Shop   Select this pin
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Yellow Pop Shop Tokyo   Select this pin