campbels soup can

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  • Campbell's Soup Cans: What is the strangest thing you've done?
  • Impression, Sunrise: Do you like mornings and pretty scenery?
  • Café Terrace at Night: Do you enjoy going out and treating yourself?
  • Irises: Do you like gardening? If you could, would you?
  • The Potato Eaters: What was your lowest point in life?
  • The Old Guitarist: What do you do to preoccupy yourself when you're sad?
  • Moses: What was the most noble thing you have done?
  • The Treachery of Images: Do you tend to swear a lot?
  • The Human Condition: Do you like to stare out of windows?
  • Forest and Dove: If your friends are doing something bad, will you resist the temptation?
  • Extinction of Useless Lights: What is one thing you fear greatly?
  • The Card Players: Do you have a habit of trickery or cheating?
  • Bacchus and Ariadne: What would you do for love?
  • The Sistine Madonna: What is your relationship with children? Would you want your own children?
  • A Bar at the Folies-Bergère: Do you drink alcohol at all? What are you like when drunk?
  • Flaming June: What is something you always find beautiful or pretty?
  • Primavera: Do you fight over stupid things?
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1968 Campbell’s Soup Ad, Vinyl Can Tote Bag Offer by Classic Film

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<br />Vintage magazine Campbell's Soup advertisement, &quot;The Can Bag&quot; (vinyl logo tote bag) mail-in offer, 1968

Love the details of the state-of-the-art 1968 transistor radio, hip sunglasses, vintage white shoes, and white patterned knee highs.

Published in Life magazine, June 14, 1968 - Vol. 64 No. 24

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This week at MoMA: Andy Warhol: Campbell’s Soup Cans and Other Works, 1953–1967 opens, the renowned Projects series returns with Rabih Mroué, MoMA Film celebrates Bruce LaBruce, and more. 

[Andy Warhol. Campbell’s Soup Cans. 1962]

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journal page 89-91/?
im taking a postmodernist lit course and last time we talked abt art and ofc we got to warhol and I swear to god the teacher &some of the girls there were so into the topic & were trying to analyze the shit out of him like what do you think he meant by that &what’s the meaning behind the golden monroe &so on and god I was so holding myself back from standing up and dramatically leaving the class and/or yelling ‘he meant shit guy thought that he could make art out of a campbell soup can &whats what he did could we please stop with the bullshit already cuz he’s already probably screaming rn" god I swear I was gonna bring up his movies &how he had dalessandro fling his dick around or have him sleep on camera for like 10 minutes straight in just one frame and called that Art (I mean yea guy was art bc he looked pretty good in his day but that was about it bc he couldn’t act for shit) &warhol did not care abt any of this shit I just