Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup Tote Bag

About the Artist

Fascinated by consumer culture, the media, and fame, Andy Warhol became one of the most famous and important artists of the 20th century. By the early 1960s, his paintings of dollar bills, soup cans, and movie stars established his status as the founder of pop art. Repetition was key to Warhol's work, as evidenced by his many recurrent series of subjects such as flowers, Marilyn Monroe, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and Chairman Mao, among others. He deliberately infused his work with a mechanical and impersonal character that intensified when he adopted silkscreen-printing techniques in order to increase his production. To accelerate this process even further, he employed a large group of assistants in his studio, dubbed "The Factory." This practice brilliantly reflected the commercial, industrial economy of the mechanical reproduction age.

Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup Tote Bag

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This Andy Warhol tote bag really pops! An iconic pop art Campbell's soup print is showcased on one side, while the other features the stylized typographic artwork created for the Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers album. Three limited edition Warhol pins are also included, along with a secondary hangtag that is a facsimile of an art store receipt.


©/®/TM The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.

  • Silkscreened heavy gauge cotton canvas
  • 15 x 17 inches
  • 11-inch strap

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