We're excited to share our photoblog celebrating Keith Haring's publicly available work in NYC from our recent Heyboy field trip. Haring, who died of AIDS in 1990, championed LGBTQ rights and AIDS awareness. His iconic art work has influenced generations of artists...including the boys here at Heyboy. Enjoy! 

Crack Is Wack Mural, 1986. Harlem, 128th Street & 2nd Ave

Untitled, 1982. Midtown - MOMA (Floor 2 #202), 11 West 53rd Street.

Keith Haring Studio & Foundation, 1985-Present. Soho, 676 Broadway. Not open to public, as you can tell from our pics.

Woodhull Mural, 1986. Brooklyn (Bed-Stuy) - Woodhull Medical Center, 760 Broadway.

Figure Balancing On Dog, 1986. Financial District, 17 State Street.

Carmine Street Mural, 1987. West Village - Carmine Pool, 1 Clarkson Street.

Once Upon A Time, 1989. West Village - LGBTQ Center, 208 West 13th Street. Temporarily closed due to Covid (older pics).

Pop-Shop Ceiling, 1986. Upper West Side - NY Historical Society, 170 Central Park West.

The Life Of Christ, 1990. Morningside Heights - St John The Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Ave. Temporarily closed due to Covid (older pics).

Heyboy's first (and most popular) Dicks collection is inspired by Keith Haring's work and aesthetic.