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Art That Makes You Think

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A digitally painted art print inspired by Andy Warhol, composed with ten Campbells soup cans altered to subvert modern capitalism and expose its effects. Ten red, gold and cream coloured cans stacked into a pyramid in a kitchen setting. By Ben Cowan Chicken Gumbo Soup, Campbell's Soup Cans, Can Of Soup, Campbell Soup, Sainsburys, Roaster, Capitalism, Wonton, Liquid
Liquid Capitalism: Pyramid Selling #1
This is the first of two versions of 'Liquid Capitalism.' Signed giclée limited edition print. Posted to the UK When Andy Warhol painted Campbell soup cans onto 32 canvases in 1961, many Europeans thought his pop art based on product packaging was a critique of US capitalism. It wasn't; he was painting his lunch: cans of soup and Coca-Cola. Subverting ubiquitous capitalism in modern life? - Now that's my job!
ArtThatMakesYouThink
ArtThatMakesYouThink
An Andy Warhol-style (pop art) Marmite jar in yellow, red and, green and black, but instead of Marmite, it reads 'Brexit'. Art that makes you think by Ben Cowan Eu Referendum, Modern Pop Art, Marmite, Cowan, Postmodernism, Subjects, Government, Thinking Of You, Hate
A Jar: The Ultimate Marmite Subject
Brexit was the Ultimate Marmite subject; i.e.you either love it or you hate it. The 2016 EU referendum announced by the Tory government split the country. That's why this art piece by Ben Cowan - Art That Makes You Think - is titled, 'A Jar'.
An Andy Warhol-style (pop art) Marmite jar in yellow, red and, green and black, but instead of Marmite, it reads 'Brexit'. Art that makes you think by Ben Cowan Make Art
A Jar: The Ultimate Marmite Subject
Brexit was the Ultimate Marmite subject; i.e.you either love it or you hate it. The 2016 EU referendum announced by the Tory government split the country. That's why this art piece by Ben Cowan - Art That Makes You Think - is titled, 'A Jar'.
An Andy Warhol-style (pop art) Marmite jar in yellow, red and, green and black, but instead of Marmite, it reads 'Brexit'. Art that makes you think by Ben Cowan Ski Lift
A Jar: The Ultimate Marmite Subject
Brexit was the Ultimate Marmite subject; i.e.you either love it or you hate it. The 2016 EU referendum announced by the Tory government split the country. That's why this art piece by Ben Cowan - Art That Makes You Think - is titled, 'A Jar'.
An Andy Warhol-style (pop art) Marmite jar in yellow, red and, green and black, but instead of Marmite, it reads 'Brexit'. Art that makes you think by Ben Cowan First Period, Dark Matter, Cardboard Tube, Limited Edition Prints
A Jar: The Ultimate Marmite Subject
Brexit was the Ultimate Marmite subject; i.e.you either love it or you hate it. The 2016 EU referendum announced by the Tory government split the country. That's why this art piece by Ben Cowan - Art That Makes You Think - is titled, 'A Jar'.
A digitally painted art print inspired by Andy Warhol, composed with ten Campbells soup cans altered to subvert modern capitalism and expose its effects. Ten red, gold and cream coloured cans stacked into a pyramid in a kitchen setting. By Ben Cowan
Liquid Capitalism: Pyramid Selling #1
This is the first of two versions of 'Liquid Capitalism.' Signed giclée limited edition print. Posted to the UK When Andy Warhol painted Campbell soup cans onto 32 canvases in 1961, many Europeans thought his pop art based on product packaging was a critique of US capitalism. It wasn't; he was painting his lunch: cans of soup and Coca-Cola. Subverting ubiquitous capitalism in modern life? - Now that's my job!
ArtThatMakesYouThink
ArtThatMakesYouThink