Andy Warhol inspired Campbell soup cans are the most humble tribute to the artist


Andy Warhol was one of the marvelous artists to come out of the 1900s, and some of our present generations were lucky to witness him while he was around. He was passionate about creating a global following, and his pieces of art precious and collectible. Collectible frenzies have paid millions of dollars to collect any painting that he has shaped. In the most humble way of giving back, Campbell soup, which Warhol ate as lunch for twenty years, produces Warhol art-inspired soup cans. A perfect way to honor the artist who loved the brand so much.

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These cans will be available at Target from September, and the cans would be priced at $.75 for a 10.5 oz. Per can. The tomato soup cans are being made for the 50th anniversary of Warhol’s famous piece of work, 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans. This is a great chance for you guys to own something that could become a collectible piece 10 years from now, considering Warhol’s name is connected with it.
[ABCNews]

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