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  • Independently appraised and certified artist original by Matsuda's Appraisals, a professional appraisal and auction company.

  • This work is in excellent, like new, condition.

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Keith Haring

The godfather of American graffiti art

Keith Haring, a beloved New York activist and artist who is renowned for his vivid, pop-graffiti style, is one of the most significant figures in contemporary art. He was well-known for his vibrant, humorous, and brash pop-graffiti style and held the view that "art is life, and life is art."

Poster For Nuclear Disarmament

White Frame Included

Printed in 1982, Poster For Nuclear Disarmament is an offset lithograph on smooth wove paper by Keith Haring. The print depicts two apocalyptic scenes of nuclear warfare. Haring draws a baby in a mushroom cloud, resonating with images of the atomic bomb exploding in Hiroshima in 1945. The cloud is surrounded by winged, angel-like figures. Below the cloud, Haring portrays distressed androgynous figures, captured in motion. Haring uses his characteristic ‘energy lines’ to capture the chaos of the scene, bringing movement and a sense of panic to the print. The print is rendered in black and white and exemplifies Haring’s characteristic use of thick and bold lines. Full of zig zags, swirls and curved lines, Haring’s style seems to be inspired by Aztec line drawings. These lines bring dynamism to the print and a sense of constant movement.

Lithograph, 1982

Signed Print

Sheet:
H 61cm x W 46cm
H 24.1in x W 18.1in

  • Independently appraised and certified artist original by Matsuda's Appraisals, a professional appraisal and auction company.

  • This work is in excellent, like new, condition.

  • Offers 7-10 day free global express shipping.

    We use FedEx / DHL / UPS’s Priority service.

    We prepay all customs duties and taxes.

    We will ship your order from wherever our works are being showcased in our partner galleries.

  • We have a 7-day return policy, which means you have 7 days after receiving your item to request a return.

    To be eligible for a return, your item must have been damaged, defective, or the wrong item upon receiving it. Due to fraud prevention purposes, we do not accept returns or exchanges for any other reason or after 7 days upon receiving your order. Before your order has shipped, however, you may cancel your order to receive a full refund.

    To start a return, you can contact us at contact@hypeartbroker.com


Keith Haring

The godfather of American graffiti art

Keith Haring, a beloved New York activist and artist who is renowned for his vivid, pop-graffiti style, is one of the most significant figures in contemporary art. He was well-known for his vibrant, humorous, and brash pop-graffiti style and held the view that "art is life, and life is art."

Keith Haring Sales Data Information

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  • 15%

    5 year average annual Growth Rate

  • $33,150.35

    Average Price Paid Per Print (12 Months)

  • 121

    Number of Sales (12 Months)