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Trendy art and clothes Blog: Basquiat special

Monday November 10 2014 by stove-marino

All Basquait everything

Trendy wear for the new year. A basquiat NY fitted cap. A must have.  This can be purchased for $30 here

Soon as I seen this I knew I needed this in my collection. Brooklyn babies rep Brooklyn Artist. Another article of Basquiat. A woman's hoody. Can be purchased for $44 here

This leather looks mean as the streets Basquiat derived from. Brooklyn NYtough gritty feel to this lovely Jacket. Leather goes with anything. Plus you have the Basquiat logo (Crown) priceless.

Check image 5 also. Here are two,pairs of Reebok take on Basquiat sneakers. Awesomeness. 

Incredible pair of sneakers. A must have for art lovers and sneaker rockers. Self explanatory.

My favorite to go with the black leather Basquiat jackte. I'll be ok for the night cap.

I love art. Specially with Meaning behind the work. Basquiat painting.

Sir Basquiat. 1960-1988 rip sip long live the King. Jean-Michel Basquiat, born in Brooklyn, New York, was the second of four children of Matilda Andrades (July 28, 1934 – November 17, 2008)[4] and Gerard Basquiat (born 1930). He had two younger sisters: Lisane, born in 1964, and Jeanine, born in 1967.
His father, Gerard Basquiat, was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and his mother, Matilde Basquiat, of Afro-Puerto Rican descent, was born in Brooklyn, New York. Matilde instilled a love for art in her young son by taking him to art museums in Manhattan and enrolling him as a junior member of the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Basquiat was a precocious child who learned how to read and write by age four and was a gifted artist. His teachers noticed his artistic abilities, and his mother encouraged her son's artistic talent. By the age of 11, Basquiat could fluently speak, read and write French, Spanish, and English.

 

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