Keith Haring (American, 1958-1990) left behind a legacy of art, design, and activism. His bold lines and active figures carry poignant messages of vitality and unity. Haring also held drawing workshops for children in schools and museums in New York, Amsterdam, London, Tokyo and Bordeaux, and produced imagery for many literacy programs and other public service campaigns.
This chair, created from a Haring design by Vilac of France, depicts children raising their arms in joy. Made of medium-density wood fiber. Simple assembly required; Allen wrench, instructions and hardware included.
28" tall x 19" wide x 9" deep when assembled. For ages 2-4; use only with adult supervision.