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Pop art-style Andy Warhol Campbell’s Soup Cans finally head to UK supermarkets

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We got very excited when these were launched last year, but were disappointed that it was US-only, followed by Australia earlier this year. But just over a year on from the US launch, these pop art-style Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup Cans are finally in UK supermarkets.

They should be on the shelves today (9th September) with supermarkets chains Tesco, Sainsbury's and Waitrose all expected to be stocking the tins. There are four colour options available (just like the US series), all of which are inspired by the Warhol Campbell's Soup artwork from 1962 – the soup Andy Warhol was said to eat for his lunch for 20 years on the trot. The Warhol signature and Foundation details are also on the can.

Each can will be priced at a bargain 95 pence (making them arguably the cheapest Warhols around) – and with appeal to both foodies and interior design lovers, we suspect these will quickly disappear. So don't hang around if you want to add a pop art angle to your kitchen.

Tesco website
Sainsbury's website
Waitrose website

Via Switched On Art


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