Keith Haring, 1981 (RARE)


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This first-edition Keith Haring zine is considered the artist's first book. It was self-published by Haring with Appearances Magazine and The Beards Fund in 1981 at the time he was first gaining public attention for his white chalk drawings in New York City's subway system. 

This  features black and white illustrations throughout the staple-bound pages that show many of the themes that would be apparent in his work including graphic sexuality and violence (and space ships). A second edition was produced in 1982 in a smaller size.

This is a rare zine, it has a slight watermark on back cover along the spine that is not visible inside. Slight yellowing of covers.

- Staple-bound zine with card covers
- 16 pages, 5.5 × 8.5 inches
- Illustrated throughout in b&w
- 1981
SKU: 61826

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