Match illustrations by the beloved Pop artist as you play with this set of 21 wooden dominoes. In lieu of numbers, the Keith Haring Dominoes feature details from some of Haring’s most well-known works. Their natural wooden surface serves as a suitably undomesticated background for Haring’s cheerful illustrations, rendered in black with red accents. The Keith Haring Dominoes include a 2.75h x 7.80w x 4"d illustrated wooden box for storage. Haring is an artist with work in MoMA’s collection. Ages 2+.
Box: 2.75h x 9w x 4"d
Year of Design
One of the key figures in New York's East Village art scene in the 1970s and 1980s, Keith Haring developed a unique and distinctly personal vocabulary of bold, graphic icons—barking dogs, flying saucers, winged figures, and a crawling "radiant baby"—which he combined with abstract marks and patterns in densely packed compositions. An artist in the Museum’s collection, Haring’s work has been included in a number of MoMA exhibitions, starting in 1981 in MoMA PS1’s New York/New Wave exhibition and more recently in Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900–2000 in 2012.