|The work of New York artist, Keith Haring. Can you decipher his imagery to detect the causes he promoted?|
|Haring art sells for around $500,000 to $1 million per painting. An AIDS victim, Haring died in 1990.|
|Does ambiguous imagery|
help or hurt the cause?
|Even with a healthy dose of dry humor, the artist's cause is likely to offend those at whom the message is aimed.|
|Morales was born into an activist farming family in Puerto Rico. He later moved to Minneapolis and shortly thereafter co-founded the Northland Poster Collective.|
|Hari at a recent charity display of his work.|
|Uniting the colonies.|
|It takes two to Tango--pro and con.|
|Martin Luther Public Burning Pope Leo X’s Papal Bull, 1520, Karl Aspelin.|
|The work of Padmaja M and Phillip Danner.|
|Photos have largely replaced illustrations|
in today's messaging. Most of us know a
lot about his cause.