Andy Warhol

Campbell Soup II Tomato-Beef Noodle


Real food that matters for life’s moments, states the company. Did you know the soup is still available? Not surprising, they haven’t change the famous can a lot. 

On the shelf

When Andy Warhol first exhibited Campbell’s Soup Cans in 1962, the canvases were displayed together on shelves, like products in a supermarket. At the time, Campbell’s sold 32 soup varieties; each one of Warhol’s 32 canvases corresponds to a different flavor. The first flavor the company introduced was tomato.


This work of art is a silkscreen, it’s one out of an edition of many and therefore less expensive. In this way Andy could make art a bit less exclusive. ‘I don’t think art should be only for the select few’, he said.


Andy Warhol was a commercial illustrator who became a successful author, publisher, film director and painter. 

Kijk eens anders

Artists used this to create depth in the painting. But they also did it to show that they were very good at painting different tex

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