Keith Haring Jewelry

The modern hieroglyphics that once appeared on chalk drawings inside New York City subway stations are now springing to life with Noir Jewelry’s Keith Haring collection. Inspired by Haring‘s visual lexicon, the 18k gold and enamel pieces in the collection feature some of the late artist’s most recognizable icons — among them the Radiant Baby (which some believe Haring used as a way of conveying innocence and purity) and the Barking Dog.

Pictured here are some of the pieces in the collection, available at Karmaloop as of this week. The Keith Haring Cuff Bracelet, an oversize piece worthy of Wonder Woman’s jewelry box, features etched characters, swirling and wiggling about, outlined in red enamel all over its 18k gold surface.

Similarly, the Keith Haring Hoop Earrings feature laser-cut images which onlookers can ogle at and attempt to decipher.

And, in keeping with the whimsical spirit of so many of Haring’s pieces, the Standing Man Drop Earrings feature four gold chain strands along the center of each man’s silhouette, allowing the top and bottom sections to move more freely, making the Standing Man more of a Dancing Man as your head bobs while you walk about town.

Check out more pieces of Noir Jewelry’s Keith Haring collection below:

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About Alfredo Mubarah

Alfredo Mubarah is an experienced professional in finance, with expertise in the fashion, jewelry and high-end luxury retail markets.
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