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Keith Haring Canvas Art

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Bring some pop art and colors to your home with this Keith Haring Canvas Art inspired by the renowned American pop artist Keith Haring.

It features a red heart, the symbol of love and energy radiating from the center, and this Keith Haring Canvas Art will bring style to any room in your home. It's the perfect gift for any art collector or those who appreciate the work of legendary pop artist Keith Haring. You've seen his pieces on posters, clothing, accessories, and even in video games, but here is an opportunity to own one of his original works of art.

Keith Haring was a famous American artist who worked in various forms of the visual arts, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, and drawing. He made artwork addressing social issues of his time, including the birth control pill, sexual identity, AIDS, and childhood disease, using bold lines, basic image-making, and multi-colored stripes. He was recognized in the 1980s for his graffiti-like drawings using a bright color palette with heavy use of black outlines and became known as one of the pioneers at bringing murals to the streets.

This Keith Haring Canvas Art is bold and straightforward, reflecting the minimalist and iconic style for which the artist is known. If you are a fan of pop art or of Keith Haring and his work, this wall art is made for you.

ECO-Friendly & High Resolution

  • Canvas sides are designs mirror printed.
  • Wood frame and paper are sustainably sourced (FSC certified materials)
  • High-Quality Wall Art
  • Canvas has a (1.6") thick frame
  • Crystal clear 4mm acrylic prints
  • Framed Posters are Lightweight (0.4-0.8") thick frame


  • All Wall Art come with a mounting kit 
  • Just Unwrap and Hang right out of the box

Handmade in the USA

  • Quality-assured with carefully sourced materials
  • US , Canada , Mexico : 4-7 business days
  • Australia : 5-7 business days
  • UK : 4-7 business days
  • EU : 4-7 business days
  • Reste of the World : 7-10 business days