Happy Birthday: Keith

We’ve almost missed it – today would have been Keith Haring’s 50th birthday, but he died of AIDS in 1990.

Below we have put together a capture of what is displayed of his work when you search for his name on Google Images.



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There is an interesting video tribute compiled by Peat Wollaeger (there are quite a few more, but once you have displayed this video you’ll find the links to the others).

Hi Debra, how are you old Texan. Last thing I’ve heard was that you left MC. Call us…

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