Tenga and Keith Haring Create Artfully Designed Men's Toys

                                                                        

Our bestselling men's sleeves from Japanese-designer Tenga just got better. Tenga partnered with the Keith Haring Foundation to launch a line of Tenga Eggs illustrated with artwork from Keith Haring, who was a proponent of making art available to everyone and gained international recognition in the 1980's. Haring's art often carried social messages and his murals on buildings in New York City are cherished and still preserved. Haring died very young in 1990 from AIDS related complications and his art continues to inspire and educate people all over the world.

Babeland is offering a selection of three limited-edition Keith Haring Tenga Eggs with the illustrations Dance, Party and Street. The illustrations on the packaging are also reflected in the texture of the egg inside. And best of all? $1 of every sale is donated to the Keith Haring Foundation, which supports organizations that help kids, and others that are involved in research, education and care related to AIDS. Get yours before we run out! You'll probably need two sets- one to display and one to use.

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