There’s a Keith Haring piece in the sculpture garden up the road from me. Red, yellow and blue dancing figures are intertwined and turning around each other. People like to take pictures there – I’ve done it, too—mimicking the actions of the figures. There’s something bright and joyful about it, even on very gloomy and gray days.
This book is a little like that, twisting and turning through Keith Haring’s life. What was it like for him growing up? How did he end up doing murals and making graffiti and becoming a successful artist? Examples of his work are scattered throughout the illustrations, and it’s a bright and joyful journey. Take a look.
Keith Haring: the boy who just kept drawing by Kay Haring and Robert Neubecker