File-Warhol-Campbell Soup-1-screenprint-1968-1

Campbell's Soup I is a pop art piece by Andy Warhol in 1968. It depicts a simple Cambell's tomato soup can from the 60's. This work is a good example of the early pop art movement. The print is one of a series of prints named Cambell's Soup Cans, each one depicting a variety of soup at the time of the work. They currently reside at the MoMA.

He made this art because he was sick when he was a child. His mother gave him Campbell's tomato soup for his meals.