Their art, our culture

America Today has a long history of pioneering American-inspired clothing that embraces the rebellious spirit of freedom. This collection features back prints and creative artwork created by art world pioneers such as Basquiat and Keith Haring. They began displaying their artwork through the streets and subway stations of America. A cultural reset that is felt to this day.


Jean-Michel Basquiat - better known as Basquiat- an American artist within the neo-expressionist movement. Began on the streets of New York as a graffiti artist under the pseudonym "SAMO. His artworks are distinctive for their use of vibrant colors and brushstrokes, and iconic symbols such as skulls, masks and his famous crown. Basquiat's influence in our modern times is still tangible and therefore a valuable part of our art collection. 

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Keith Haring

Keith Haring's work was also born out of graffiti art. Through clean lines and bold colors, Haring made his mark within the art world. 'Pop art' is one of the terms used to describe his work. The artworks are not only aesthetically pleasing to behold, they also serve as a reflection on deep-seated issues such as drug abuse and conflict. Shop a shirt or sweater featuring the famous cartoonish style now and celebrate life.