American neo-pop and graffiti artist Keith Haring is one of the most iconic names from the 1980s New York street culture scene. Rising to fame after tagging the New York subways in the early ‘80s, Haring opened his Pop Shop in New York in 1986 and made his artwork accessible to the masses by putting it on low-cost items such as T-shirts and posters. He was met with criticism from the art world but stayed true to his vision thanks to support from his fans and mentors, including Andy Warhol. To commemorate the extraordinary body of work he left behind, we take a look at some of his greatest creations. To see all 10, head on over to Green Label.