Artist. Activist. Pioneer.
One of the most important figures in New York street culture, Keith Haring achieved international fame in the 1980s with his playful, irreverent artwork. A passionate artist and social activist until his death in 1990, Haring’s unwavering belief in the power of art to bring people together continues to resonate through every object that bears his mark.
Inspired by Haring's experimentation with instant film, Impossible has created a special edition of its classic Color Film for Polaroid 600-type cameras. Each of the 8 instant photos features a graphic frame adorned with his distinctive, dynamic artworks.
Driven by a belief that art should be open for everyone to create and enjoy, Keith Haring’s relentless creativity and love of life has seen him endure as one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century.
Like Edwin Land’s invention of Polaroid instant photography, Haring was driven by a desire to unlock creativity for every man, woman and child. The dynamic figures that populate his paintings – clapping, singing, shouting and dancing – tap into the raw electricity of unbridled human spirit.
‘Art should be something that liberates your soul, provokes the imagination and encourages people to go further.’Keith Haring
Color Film for 600
Keith Haring Edition
Eight instant color photos with special edition Keith Haring frame. For use in Polaroid 600-type cameras and Impossible I-type cameras.
Photos: Ka Wing Falkena, Peter Boesch, Jacob White, Hector Pozuelo, Jessica Polar.