In the dawning of AIDS, Keith Haring defined the role of creative activist. Two decades after his death, the good fight continues through the artist's foundation, which licenses his images to benefit health and service organizations. The launch of Keith Haring Pattern wall tiles, which coincides with Brooklyn Museum's "Keith Haring: 1978-1982" exhibit (running through July 8), returns the graffi ti-spiked graphics to their rightful place on the wall. Self-adhesive and reusable, the 28-by-48-inch tiles-made from ultrathin layers of nontoxic, PVC-free matte vinyl fi lm-replicate a mural from his original SoHo Pop Shop. They join Blik's Haring decals, which feature iconic squiggles like Untitled Heart, Barking Dogs, and Dancers. 866-262-2545; more
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