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‘A more holistic and basic idea of wanting to incorporate [art] into every part of life, less as an egotistical exercise and more natural somehow. I don’t know how to exactly explain it. Taking it off the pedestal. I’m giving it back to the people, I guess.’

‘I like the idea that my art could be on a floppy disk and you could send the floppy disk back and forth or even send the information by telephone’

—Keith Haring, 1958-1990

Haring Hutch

This TV hutch, shamelessly borrowing from Keith Haring’s style, has one PG rated side and and an R rated side. Some of Haring’s most interesting work was pretty racy and seldom seen by the public. We hope that Keith would have enjoyed this. This hutch was hand-built in the 80’s, originally stained cherry and varnished. It’s lost and gained shelves, been a desk, bookcase, toy-box, target and carving practice for teenagers.

It was rescued from the boys, rebuilt once again and painted as you see it now in 2000.

Please follow the links above to see lots of Keith’s own work and to learn more about his incredible influence on current art.

To Keith, wherever you are…