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  • Campbell's Soup Cans

    movie near a dog food can that is very similar in style to Andy Warhol’s Campbell 's soup cans. I chose this image because 101 Dalmatians is one of my favorite Disney films. I also enjoy some of Andy Warhol’s work and his Campbell’s Soup Cans is one of his more famous works. I found this image is a part of the Disney fine art program. Tricia Buchanan-Benson is the artist of this piece. Many of her works are for Disney and other illustrations works. The image is a parody on Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans. The image also include a pun for having it hit the spot. The piece also using very similar color schemes by having the white and red soup can go with the white and red of the puppies. The image is very effective at copying the style of Andy’s work. This makes the general audience able to tell that the original work is being matched. There are some difference in line thickness. The artwork…

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  • Campbell's Soup Cans Analysis

    The Campbell’s Soup Cans piece truly breaks away from the normative traditions of art, which is an important factor when considering its prominence in the art community. Warhol has always utilized different printing tools, and used different methods and mediums when making his pieces. This different perspective shook up a nation’s idea on where art could come from and what can even be considered a refined form of art. He also chose such a common and mundane subject that made people question the…

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  • Campbell's Soup Advertisement Analysis

    The variation in price of these different products including Campbell's Tomato Soup is directly related to the amount consumers value them. The first product is a picture of the soup in the original color. Tomato soup is a staple food for the American people. The fact that Andy Warhol and many Americans found beauty in this reveals something about this time period. This shows that, in 1968 when Warhol make this art, there was something about everyday items that need to be recognized. This could…

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  • Pop Art Museum Essay

    Research Essay For this research trip, I attended a contemporary art museum in Los Angeles down town which called “The Broad” which has around thousands piece of contemporary art collections. Also we can easily find the many different kind of pop art pieces in there. On the second floor, there have many arresting pop art collections, like Roy Lichtenstein’s portrait paintings, Andy Warhol’s soup cans, Keith Haring’s untitled acrylic work, etc… Each one was play the most important role in the…

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  • Consumerism And The Pop Art Movement

    the Pop Art Movement significantly and without consumerism Pop Art would not have been able to exist. Consumerism was essential to Pop Art Movement as it gave meaning behind works that would have no significant value such as Andy Warhol’s Soup Can series which without consumerism would just be soup cans with…

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  • Research Paper On Andy Warhol

    Andy Warhol Was A Big inspiration to the Pop Art movement that started in the 1950’s. His Campbell’s Soup and Marilyn Monroe Paintings Made him a really famous painter in the Twenty First Century. Andy Warhol changed the world by Showing color in his paintings and showing what would happen if it was a different color in every different painting he did. He made it iconic and popular especially with his marolyn and campbell’s soups. Born in August 16, 1928 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was the…

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  • Andy Warhol's Pop Art

    strips, soup cans, traffic signs and all types of food ( Britannica 1). One of the most notable artists that has been discovering Pop Art at it’s finest is none that Andy Warhol. Warhol’s notable work in the art world has brought many attention as artist, writer, as well as filmmaker. Andy Warhol was born as…

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  • Andy Warhol: Andy Warhol, Fame And Materialism

    found in his other works such as Campbell’s Soup Cans and Green Coca-Cola Bottles, but they comment on a different aspect of popular culture. When Warhol first struggled to break into this world of fine art just as the movement of Pop Art emerged, he struggled to set himself from Roy Lichtenstein or James Rosenquist who also drew from popular culture and deviated from the emotional depths of Abstract Expressionism (“Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film”). Ted Carey, a friend of Warhol, recalled…

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  • Andy Warhol Pop Art

    Hamilton were artists from Britain. United States pop artists were Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns. Pop art was often used back then in newspapers and magazines and advertising. This created a challenge to artists who used traditions of fine art because Pop art used imagery from popular culture. Andy Warhol was a famous pop artist from New York. He was born on August 6, 1928. He died a while later on February 22, 1987. He came up from a Middle Eastern European family in Pittsburgh. He was…

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  • Pop Art Appropriation Research Paper

    My paper focuses on appropriation and how the progression of appropriation continued into Pop Art and what that could’ve translated into American society. I will look at appropriation in art to compare to the cultural values at the time and to go in depth about what it meant to Americans during the 1960s. During the 1960s, the time Pop Art was emerging in America, a war-consumed society was transitioning into a mass cultural embrace of media and art. Pop Art was the art of popular culture. It…

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