Posts tagged ‘Keith Haring’

July 30, 2011

Vilac Keith Haring Balance Game

by Accidental Bear

Keith, I know you are up there smiling! “Hi!”

haring 01 curatedmag Vilac Keith Haring Balance Game

Vilac, specialist in wooden toys for over 80 years has dedicated a collection to the American artist Keith Haring. The balance game consists of 18 parts, which are stacked in competition, hand made in France by wood artisans.

Available from colette.

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March 16, 2011

Q & A with Scooter Laforge Part 3

by Accidental Bear

Accidental: Would you ever or have you had sex with a tranny?

Scooter: Yes, I think I would have sex with a tranny… she would have to be masculine…. well I should be honest.. I am really vanilla, I have never been with a woman, I just am an average joe who likes dudes.

Accidental: Mr. Laforge there ain’t nothing average about you! I think the majority of gays are vanilla, it’s just the extreme fringe that gets most of the publics attention.

Accidental: Whats the first thing you think of when I say Corn?

Scooter: Turds.

March 15, 2011

Keith Haring’s Art keeps on Giving

by Accidental Bear
keith haring at a party at gonzales y gonzales...

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How appropriate for this week, as Scooter Laforge has hijacked Accidental Bear to have more art news of the same flavor. Keith Haring passed a long time ago but his legend still lives on and influences artists born even today. I Bow to you Keith.

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Haring Art Gifted to LA Gay Center

 

By Advocate.com Editors

Tyler Cassity, Dr. Marki Knox, Lorri L. Jean KEITH HARING ART X390 (LAGLC BACCHUS STUART) | ADVOCATE.COM

Ten rare silkscreens from gay artist Keith Haring have been given to the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, which is placing them on display.

The art, donated by Tyler Cassity, co-owner of the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, will be displayed through March 30 at the Center’s Village at Ed Gould Plaza. The 1988 Apocalypse series is a departure from the usual work of Haring, who usually created playful human figures. Haring passed away in 1990 from AIDS-related complications.

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