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Keith Haring Super Alloy Bearbrick Size Ver. 200% - Medicom Toy

Medicom Toy


The Japanese collectible toy manufacturer Medicom Toy collaborates once again with the Keith Haring Foundation to produce this exclusive Keith Haring super alloy Bearbrick available in the size version 200%. The ratcheted joints on the neck, shoulders, hips and hip joints move with a clicky sound. Keith Haring was a famous American street artist. His 1980’s graffiti-inspired drawings, made in New York City subway stations marked a generation and beyond. Haring was first interested in the colorful and subversive graffiti art of the city’s streets. Haring’s signature images included dancing figures, a crawling infant emitting rays of light, a barking dog, a flying saucer, large hearts, and figures with televisions for heads. More details on Keith Haring Super Alloy Bearbrick Size Ver. 200% - Medicom Toy:

Technical Specifications

  • Dimensions: 5.7"H | Weight: 1 lb (est)
  • Material: Superalloy Diecast.
  • Superalloy is a registered trademark of Bandai.
  • (C) Keith Haring Foundation; Licensed by Artestar, New York
  • BEARBRICK TM & (C) 2001-2019 MEDICOM TOY CORPORATION. All rights reserved


<p>Keith Haring (1958-90) was one of the most renowned of the young artists, filmmakers, and performers whose work responded to urban street culture of the 1980s. Inspired by the graffiti artists whose marks covered the city’s subway cars, Haring began to draw in white chalk over the black paper used to cover vacant advertising panels. Not only was Haring able to reach a large and diverse audience with his subway drawings, but, eventually, the subway became, as Haring said, a “laboratory” for working out his ideas. As early as 1980, Haring began exhibiting in galleries and museums around the world, but continued to participate in public projects, including literacy campaigns and anti-AIDS initiatives.</p> </p> </p> <p>Before his death, Keith Haring established a foundation in his name to maintain and enhance his legacy of giving to children’s and AIDS organizations. Throughout his career, Haring produced murals, sculptures and paintings to benefit hospitals, underprivileged children's groups and various community health organizations. Keith Haring died in New York in February 1990 of AIDS, at the age of 31.</p> </p> </p> <p>Photo Credits: © Keith Haring Foundation. Licensed by Artestar, New York.</p>


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