New York Magazine shares the Broome Street apartment of Cole Nahal and Garret Bowser — the former home of artist Keith Haring. The current occupants took inspiration from the 80's icon and transformed the space into an homage to Haring's pop-graffiti style…
When they moved in, the apartment had little left of Haring's work except for some radiant babies on the front door — Nahal and Bowser have used inexpensive tricks of Haring's to transform the space:
• Painting the refrigerator
• Masking tape patterned walls
• Over-the-top pop colors and patterns
For the full story, see New York Magazine | In the House of the Radiant Baby.
Images: Leigh Davis