Yellowpop Uses the Work of Keith Haring for New Home Decor
All designs will be on sale in Yellowpop’s new SoHo pop-up
Though Keith Haring died in 1990 of AIDs related complications, the Keith Haring Foundation has spent the past 30 years spreading his work and giving back to the community. Their collaboration with Yellowpop aims to continue Haring’s legacy by spreading his artwork in a new form.
Yellowpop focuses on making home decor, especially neon signs, that will brighten up a home. Their collaboration with the Keith Haring foundation aims to celebrate the late artists work by bringing it into the homes of today’s New Yorkers.
The new collection features a series of LED neon signs in Haring’s most notable designs such as his heart or barking dog. These reflect Haring’s goal to create art that was meant for all, not an elitist few.
“We are so excited about this partnership with Yellowpop,” says the Keith Haring Studio Director Gil Vazquez. “They did a really great job in curating a collection and translating the work into fun and powerful pieces that pay homage to Keith’s vibrancy and message in a very unique way.”
Yellowpop shared similar excitement about the collaboration. “Collaborating with the Keith Haring Studio to create this collection has been a dream come true for all of us here at Yellowpop,” said Yellowpop Co-Founders Jeremy Cortial and Ruben Grigri. “Keith’s testament to creating art that’s accessible to all aligns exactly with our brand mission to bring inspiration and creativity into the world.”
Although the collection will be available on October 14, fans of Haring can sign up now to be the first to access the collection here! This new collection coincides with the opening of a Yellowpop pop-up in SoHo, beginning October 14. The pop-up will remain open through the holiday season, making it perfect for gift buying. Prices for the reimagined Haring works start at $290. Along with the Keith Haring collection, the pop-up will feature a customization station where customers can create their own neon signs.