OBEY and Keith Haring present a full look at their collaborative Fall 2012 capsule collection for the Keith Haring Foundation. Inspired by The Pop Shop, Haring’s 1980s storefront, OBEY men’s designer Mike Ternosky created an authentic, vintage aesthetic by coupling the production methods that would have been available to Haring three decades ago with designs that would translate to today’s audience. The resulting collection brings the art and designs of both Haring and Shepard Fairey to the forefront and includes faded graphic tees, outerwear and more. The entire Keith Haring x OBEY 2012 capsule collection will be available soon from Urban Outfitters before hitting additional retailers in July.
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Dear Keith will present 140+ works of art and objects from Haring’s personal collection, all on offer from the Keith Haring Foundation – an organization established by the artist shortly before his death in 1990 from HIV/AIDS-related causes. Haring’s collection features works gifted to, purchased by and traded with Haring among friends and artists in his community, including Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kenny Scharf, and many more.