Inspired by Keith Haring’s iconic artwork and his motto ‘love for all’. Now that Haring’s unique artistic visions have been turned into jewelry, it is possible for fans to wear his works of art very close to them.

The collection features fluorescent colors, bright hues and a mix of metals, as once on the streets of NYC. In total, the collection consists of 12 pieces of jewelry: six charms, two bracelets, two rings, a necklace and earrings are part of the KEITH HARING X PANDORA collection. All jewelry is inspired by the symbolic works of the visionary: the barking dog, the ‘Angel Baby’ and the unmistakable broad lines. 

‘Art should be something that liberates the soul, stimulates the imagination and encourages people to carry on’ – Keith Haring.

To celebrate the launch of this collection, Pandora is bringing to life the creativity of the New York underground scene of the 1980s. Dominated by up and coming rappers, break dancers, skateboarders, basketball players, musicians & the club scene. The KEITH HARING X PANDORA collection captures the energy of the zeitgeist that defined the artist’s iconic works. The campaign reflects Keith Haring’s influence on our culture and his vision that art is for everyone. This vision and Pandora’s promise – making it possible for everyone to express themselves with high-quality yet affordable jewelry – go hand in hand.

Filippo Ficarelli and Francesco Terzo, Pandora’s creative directors, underline this: ‘In creating the collection, we have taken a kind of time travel and experienced the artist’s philosophy who deploys his art and vision for inclusivity and uses a culturally relevant and visual language. That art is so timeless that it strikes us as a powerful voice. We envision a dialogue with Keith Haring by using the jewelry as a canvas together, in a language we all speak.’ 

The jewelry collection stands for creativity, a sense of belonging to a vibrant urban culture and for artistic freedom. The collection is available online and in Pandora stores worldwide from September 29 to November 29, 2022. 

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