[Answer] Why do you think Andy Warhol chose the Campbell’s Soup can to use in one of his images? Inflammation

Answer: Campbell’s Soup became a widely popularized product during this era. Pop art used mass produced products or images that represent the pop culture as the foundation. Plant Growth – ch. 38.5 (Exam I)
Why do you think Andy Warhol chose the Campbell’s Soup can to use in one of his images? Inflammation

Korky Day — I did not mean to say that Andy Warhol was extolling the virtues of Campbell’s Soup . You make me laugh. I think Andy Warhol was a very good artist. I was only pointing out that you couldn’t see in Andy Warhol s work an expression of anything that could be associated with a “hippie philosophy.” You are right that he was subtle.

Andy Warhol (/ ˈ w ɔːr h ɒ l /; born Andrew Warhola; August 6 1928 – February 22 1987) was an American artist film director and producer who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. His …

Also this way all legal issues are nullified. ( Think Andy Warhol – his Campbell’s soup can are portrayed a trademark not a copyrighted image and there was a creative aspect so h…

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