In tribute of Andy Warhol's iconic Campbell’s soup art that debuted 60 years ago, Campbell Canada joined forces with The Andy Warhol Foundation to release four limited-edition soup cans reminiscent of Warhol’s iconic pop art. Paying homage to original Warhol's choices, the label designs will be available in the Campbell’s Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup and Tomato flavors.
“We are very excited about collaborating with The Andy Warhol Foundation on this pop art initiative and celebrating the enduring and inspiring relationship Andy Warhol had with Campbell’s soup,” said Mieka Burns, Vice President Marketing at Campbell Canada. “These special edition soup cans serve to remind us that there is joy, warmth, and light that can be found in simple things around us. We look forward to bringing this concept to life through our campaign by sharing examples of real-life pop art inspired by the cans – there are always new and creative ways we can brighten up our days.”
The new initiative follows the philosophy of making art accessible for all and brightening one’s day in a simple way – through vibrant use of color. Local creators and artists have taken inspiration from the Warhol-inspired cans to create their own pop artworks which can be found on social media by following the hashtag #CampbellsxWarhol.