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Andy Warhol Set of 8 Colored Campbell's Soup Cans

Andy Warhol Set of 8 Colored Campbell’s Soup Cans Skateboards

What screams “pop art” more than Warhol skateboards on your wall?

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Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans paintings from 1962 are perhaps one of the most iconic pieces of modern art. Aside from the classic red and white tomato soup cans, he also produced variations of different colored cans in his 1965 series of paintings. For an even more modern take on these iconic pieces of art, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts teamed up with the Skateroom to create eight skateboards adorning tasteful iterations of the iconic pieces. Didn’t think ordinary canvases were “pop art” enough? We’ve got you covered.

The decks measure 31” tall x 8” wide and come with hanging wall mounts. Each colorway is produced in a limited edition of 5000, 1000 of which are sold in this 8-piece gift set. Display all eight together, or if you’re short on space, display half and half, or switch out the colors in rotation. The possibilities are endless. Whether by itself or in a collection, these pieces will look great in any home. (Of course, you can skate with these too.)

Skateroom offers affordable art editions on skateboards, sold via major art institutions all over the world, the proceeds from which go to non-profit international social projects to fund youth-empowerment and education in Afghanistan, Cambodia, and South Africa.