Keith Haring is remembered for his bright, colourful, fun-looking artwork. It was made up of very clean, simple lines drawing cartoonish figures, which were then surrounded by lots of movement and detail lines. He used a lot of contrasting colours to make his images really pop out.
Here are some famous examples of his work:
You may use some elements and ideas created by Haring in your work if you wish, but you need to come up with something original. Here are some element ideas:
The video below kind of gives you an idea what I want. We’re not going to do the tracing, cutting, and gluing stuff. We’ll just draw our image and background on one piece of paper. If you want to try to make a 3D image like this one, go right ahead, but you don’t have to.