By Keith Haring
On the surface, much of Keith Haring's artwork seems to be cheerful odes to unity and love, but many of his pieces delve into deeper issues like religion, sexuality, and consumerism. These candles, with their Givaudan-created fragrances and Ligne Blanche Paris glass, feature Haring's iconic motifs. Notes include ginger, saffron, and musk.
Keith Haring was a pivotal presence in the 1980s art scene combining street culture, activism and pop art. His unique blend of graffiti and pop culture permanently changed the perception of the art world.