Pennsylvania-born artist Keith Haring rose to international fame during the 1980s, amassing a global fan base and media attention with his unique, graffiti-like murals that were often driven by social commentary.

Following his early death in 1990, the celebrated designs of Haring have adorned pretty much every piece of clothing, accessory, and homeware item under the sun. However, there are certain goods bearing Keith Haring works that are considerably more coveted than others.

Using trusted platforms, we've put together a list of rare Keith Haring collectibles and collaborations that are available to shop at resale, from BAPE's homages to the artist to Haring-inspired Casio watches. With Keith Haring's popularity on a seemingly never-ending increment, it's pretty safe to say that these pieces are investment-worthy.

Shop Keith Haring collectibles below.

BAPE x Keith Haring Cushion

Cushion Green

Cushion Green

$278

BAPE x Keith Haring

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One of Haring's signature motifs "Baby" gets the BAPE treatment, making its way to a camo-dressed cushion from a 2018 collaborative capsule by the Japanese streetwear mainstay.

Keith Haring Print by Gregory Siff

For Kieth : I've Got So Much To Do

For Kieth : I've Got So Much To Do

$250

Gregory Siff

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If hyped collabs aren't really your thing, and you'd like to show love for Haring in the good old fashion way, then we recommend hanging this tribute print by LA artist Gregory Siff on your wall.

Keith Haring Bearbrick

100% & 400% Set Multi

100% & 400% Set Multi

$525

Keith Haring x Medicom Toy

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Like those of his peer Basquiat, Keith Haring artworks have also been used to dress a range of Bearbricks. This 100% and 400% set, released in 2018, features the artist's commonly-used dog and dancing people motifs.

BAPE x Keith Haring T-Shirt

ABC Camo T-Shirt

ABC Camo T-Shirt

$183

BAPE x Keith Haring

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Tee 6

Tee 6

$95

BAPE x Keith Haring

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These two BAPE x Keith Haring tees were also part of the 2018 capsule collection, which sold out pretty damn quickly at general release. Albeit at a slightly higher price due to their coveted nature, you can still get your hands on these pieces at resale.

Keith Haring Jigsaw Puzzle

500 Pieces Jigsaw Puzzle

500 Pieces Jigsaw Puzzle

$139

Keith Haring

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We understand that you might be totally sick of jigsaw puzzles post lockdown, but you've probably got room for a Keith Haring iteration. Marvel at the one-of-a-kind drawings of the artist as you complete this 500 piece puzzle.

adidas x Keith Haring Nizza Hi

Nizza Hi

Nizza Hi

$114

Keith Haring x adidas

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adidas' answer to the Converse All Star, the basketball-inspired Nizza Hi was introduced back in the '70s. Last year, it got a special edition Keith Haring release, complete with snake sketch.

Keith Haring Litograph

Against All Odds lithograph 1990

Against All Odds lithograph 1990

$300

Keith Haring

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This lithograph displays a Keith Haring print entitled Against All Odds, the original of which was drawn by the artist during one afternoon spent listening to Marvin Gaye and Bob Marley. Limited to 2,500 copies, the piece was part of Haring's work that concerned itself with the earth's state and how to save it.

Casio x Keith Haring

G-Shock DW5600KEITH

G-Shock DW5600KEITH

$197

Casio x Keith Haring

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Here, Haring's scenes of animated human interaction meet a vivid red Casio G-Shock watch — every affordable watch fan's favorite.

Keith Haring and Andy Warhol Photograph by Ricky Powell

Keith Haring & Andy Warhol. NYC. 1986

Keith Haring & Andy Warhol. NYC. 1986

$750

Ricky Powell

Buy at 1xRun

Known for his images of the Beastie Boys, Ricky Powell has taken photographs for The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and TIME. This signed print by the photographer shows Keith Haring and Andy Warhol at an AIDS benefit in New York in 1986.

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