Liquid Capitalism: Four Cans Sake
The Liquid Capitalism collection highlights the impacts of capitalism on nature and consumption, inspired by Andy Warhol's Campbell soup cans that he began in the pop art of the 1960s.
The quad composition featured here to show four supermarket-themed soup cans (Capitalism’s concentrated soup), was first developed by Andy Warhol to experiment with different screen-printed colour schemes. Included here is 'Tesco Value: Every little hurts', Sainsbury's Own Brand: Waste the difference', 'Lidl Imitation: Blitzed in Reverse', and 'Scotch Wrath: Mass-produced, independently minded'
50 x 50 cms stretched 18mm depth canvas hand-finished with acrylic paint, signed by the artist.