Multifunctional Bowl of Andy Warhol Campbell Soup

By: Sanjeevkumar

painted familiar consumer items such ascoca-cola bottles or soup cans throughout the 1960s, the earliest examplesfirst shown in New York in 1962. Asked why he painted soup cans, Warholreplied, 'we used to drink it. we used to have the same lunch every day.' Usingscreenprinting, Warhol could simulate the mechanical effect of his source tothe extent that the resulting image appears almost untransformed. Yet, the richcolour, enlargement of scale and unifying black outline are reminders thatthese are commercial techniques being used in the context of high art, nolonger selling products, but presenting them as objects for contemplation. Assuch, they pose radical questions about the value of art and the way it isconsumed.

Andy Warhol, who referred to himself as a re-creator ratherthan a creator, became a Pop Art icon when he made his multi-hued silkscreenedCampbell's soup cans, Coca Cola bottles and dollar bills. Working out of astudio called The Factory, Warhol's immediately recognizable objects recreatedusing silk screen and paint. His most famous work, cans were an artistic triumph that made him a world-renowned celebrity. Thishigh-quality art print is expertly produced to capture the vivid color andexceptional detail of the original.

Very stylish Andy Warhol Design duvet with the famouscampbells soup pop art pic to the front thats carried through to the pillowcase. Each set contains one duvet & one pillow case. Art artist Andy Warhol- Building on the results of the previous sessions this one will explore themechanics at work in Warhol's Pop Art works. At the same time we will look atAmerican advertising and advertising campaigns of the 60s and discusssimilarities and differences. Please purchase on online

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