Keith Haring Foundation Partners with TENGA Masturbators

Posted on: June 29th, 2012 at 6:28 am by
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Keith Haring is fifteen stories tall, presently the posthumous spokesperson for male pleasure items. High above the stem of Times Square – 46th and Broadway – resides this ginormous twin-banner billboard for TENGA male masturbation enhancers. The advertising pairs discreet-looking products with the classic “Radiant” artwork.

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That’s right, the Keith Haring Foundation just teamed up with the horndogs at TENGA for a new line of said sex toys. Both the Cup and the Egg are essentially complex “pocket pussies,” for lack of a better phrase. Inside each is a chamber for arousal and lubricant.

The TENGA x Keith Haring goods sell exclusively through Babeland, Museum of Sex, Opening Ceremony, Patricia Field, and online via Amazon.com, Drugstore.com, and Spencersonline.com.

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Credit: TENGA

Do you think Keith Haring would approve this endorsement?

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