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K. Haring Glass Collection

K.Haring Spoon


Boasting superior airflow and Keith Haring’s iconic artistry, the K.Haring Spoon delivers an immersive smoking experience. Durable and lightweight, this Hammer-Style Pipe is crafted from borosilicate glass and provides extraordinary flavor. The K.Haring Spoon is designed with a flat mouthpiece and a wide-rimmed base that provides a comfortable grip.

The neck and base exhibit a cascade of bold, fluctuating lines and colors that arrange Haring’s vibrant presence. The Spoon is finished with the official K.Haring logo.

Housed in a box with durable walls and foam inserts, the packaging is embellished with Haring’s signature and artistry.

© Keith Haring Foundation.

Licensed by Artestar, New York


  • 1x K.Haring Spoon
  • 1.8” W x 4.3” L x 1.5” H
  • Hammer-Style Pipe
  • Iconic Keith Haring Artwork
  • Hand-Applied, Heat-Resistant Designs
  • Durable & Lightweight
  • Ergonomic Grip
  • Borosilicate Glass Spoon Pipe
  • Flat Mouthpiece
  • Wide-Base

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Karen Giordani (Sarasota, Florida)

    Both of the spoons were EXACTLY what I needed. Every product I ordered was spot on and delivered in a timely manner.
    Thanks Weedipedia!

    Dr. Jonquil (Atlanta, Georgia)
    Elevating the Party Experience

    Rarely do artistry and blazing meet, but when they do, one sees that that we get high with our eyes as well as our our lungs and central nervous system. I don't know if Keith Haring, the pop art icon who tragically died of AIDS in 1990 (he was only 32), was a stoner, but based on who he hung with (Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and old William Burroughs), I'm guessing so. His revolutionary impact on art and culture lives on, even in this beautiful hunk of glass. Many thanks to the Keith Haring Estate for their open-minded approach to licensing.