by Darwin Cosico in New Design on Monday 3 September 2012

We’re all familiar with Campbell’s Soup Cans, a work of art produced in 1962 by American artist Andy Warhol. Since then, he has done some work for the soup maker until his death in 1987. Over the past years, Campbell’s sales have dwindled due to numerous factors and it’s now looking at Warhol to boost sales. The world’s biggest soup maker has recently announced that they will release a series of Andy Warhol special edition cans bearing labels reminiscent of the pop artist’s paintings. The special edition cans will be sold at Target stores in the US and will cost 75c each.