In 1962, Andy Warhol unveiled one of the most-talked-about pieces of art of our time. It’s called “Campbell’s Soup Cans” (or sometimes called “32 Campbell’s Soup Cans”) and it consists of 32 canvases. Each canvas measures 20 inches high by 16 inches wide and each one is made up of a different kind of Campbell’s Soup flavor which was available for purchase at the time.
50 years after the original masterpiece was unveiled, Campbell’s Soup is celebrating the talented artist, who passed away in 1987 at age 58, by offering customers a set of four, limited edition, Andy Warhol-inspired cans of the popular soup.
The colorful cans hit shelves earlier this week and are available at Target stores nationwide for a very reasonable price of $0.79. You can also purchase the cans on Amazon and eBay for a significantly higher price if you can’t find the items in your local Target store.
Campbell’s revealed the new cans on their Facebook page, alongside the caption “How do they look?”
That particular post scored 2,527 likes with Campbell’s Facebook fans and an impressive 630 shares.
Looks like the new cans are a hit.
The limited edition products will only be on shelves for a short period of time, so make sure you scoop them up quickly.
Will you purchase the Andy Warhol limited edition Campbell’s soup cans?
Source(s): Wikipedia, AdWeek