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To put a twist on things, Andy Warhol drifted from the expressionist view of art and opened the doors of seeing art in a less serious manner. In 1962 whether through inspiration from the tin opener or just outright cleverness, he made 32 paintings of Campbell’s soup cans all looking the same but with different flavor labels. The result was immediate, everybody loved it. And of course Campbell’s took a joy ride on his boat. Afterwards he did the same with other popular objects like Coca Cola bottles and dollar bills. He used images that everyone was accustomed to, to catch people's attention.His adventure did not stop there. He further started using images of famous people like Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley as the representational object and from there different images where created with different colors. Once again, the effect was spectacular. To keep up with demand he printed in silk screens, saving himself the trouble of having to do the same prints repeatedly.
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