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DIY: Campbell Soup (Warhol) Toy Cans & Free Printable for your play kitchen

Campbell's Soup Can, 1965 (Pink and Red) by Andy Warhol. Art print from Jaime Derringer's Inspiring Insider galleries on Art.com.

Campbell's Soup Can, 1965 (Pink and Red)

SOCIO-CULTURAL Andy Warhol sought the precision of mechanical reproduction when painting the Campbell Soup cans. He wanted a subject that everyone recognized. Warhol painted this in 1962 and was intrigued by the numbness that builds up as a result of constant exposure, which is a statement on the cultural changes towards tin cans since its invention.

Any Warhol's "Campbell's Soup Cans" are a good example of his fascination with mass production and mass consumption. 1962 at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

A extremely rare sketch of the 1962 famous Campbell's Soup Cans. An extremely rare sketch by Andy Warhol.

Andy Warhol is most famous for his pop art pieces and he is by far the most famous artist of this particular movement.

Colored Campbell's Soup Can, 1965 (pink & red) Posters by Andy Warhol at AllPosters.com

Colored Campbell's Soup Can, 1965 (pink & red)

Andy Warhol Soup Cans | warhol2 adp Campbells Soup to release special edition Andy Warhol line

To celebrate the anniversary of Andy Warhol's famous 32 Campbell's Soup Cans, Campbell's Soup created these very special pop art tomato soups cans.

i have chosen Andy Warhol because i like how he uses simple compositions to make a large impression, i.e the single soup can, he uses bright colours and very little tone to make a large statement with one single picture. i also like his simplicity as it is very different to the other artists and pictures as this makes it all the more eyecatching

Campbell's Soup I, 1968


Andy Warhol and his muse: The Campbell Soup Can

Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup Cans, 1962 Museo de Arte Moderno, New York

Andy Warhol "Campbell's Soup Cans" - Synthetic Polymer Paint, 51 cm x 41 cm

Campbell's Soup Cans _Andy Warhol (1962).   Pop art often takes as its imagery that which is currently in use in advertising. Product labeling and logos figure prominently in the imagery chosen by pop artists, like in the Campbell's Soup Cans labels.

Andy Warhol 1962 Synthetic polymer paint on canvas 20 by 16 inches cm × 41 cm) each for 32 canvases Museum of Modern Art. Acquired through the Lillie P. Bliss Bequest, New York, NY