Medicom Toy's Fourth Limited Edition Keith Haring BE@RBRICK Has Landed

Modeled after the artist’s untitled works.

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Medicom Toy has unveiled a monochromatic BE@RBRICK, the fourth rendition of a Keith Haring tribute as a follow up from the previously released versions. This time around, the Japanese toymaker has emblazoned the figure with visuals modeled after Haring’s untitled artworks.

Glossed with a slew of bending lines and curved stick figures, the graphics cover every inch of the figure. Other motifs like bold “X” marks, zig-zags and squiggly shapes are reminiscent of the artist’s signature style that overtook New York’s street art in the 1980s. As a final touch, crisp white indents at the toes have been applied to offset the busy patterns, while providing a sense of depth.

The Medicom Toy BE@RBRICK Keith Haring #4 is currently available in a set of 100% together with the 400%, as well as in 1000% at cjmart.jp for $108 USD and $480 USD, respectively.

Elsewhere, Saturdays NYC and Medicom Toy have unveiled a wetsuit-wearing BE@RBRICK.

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Medicom Toy BE@RBRICK “Keith Haring” #4

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