Campbell Soup of Andy Warhol

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The Andy Warhol Foundation sought us out to collaborate on a snowboard collection. Andy Warhol was commissioned by an art dealer in 1961 to paint a picture of the thing that meant most to him. Using templates, Warhol then began producing images of coins and soup tins by the American company “Campbell’s”.

 

Burton Snowboards and the Andy Warhol Foundation have unveiled a collaborative,Guest Posting limited edition hardgoods and softgoods collection at the Snowsports Industries of America (SIA) tradeshow in Las Vegas, Nevada. This one of a kind collection brings some of Andy's most esoteric art to snow and includes snowboards, boots, bindings, men's and women's outerwear, thermal and a travel bag collection all featuring iconic Warhol prints. The collection will be available for purchase in early August of 2007 at select Burton retailers worldwide.

 

As ardent admirers of Warhol's work and legacy, we were very honored when The Andy Warhol Foundation sought us out to collaborate on a snowboard collection. Andy Warhol's irreverent attitude towards art, fashion, music and life in general embodies what snowboarding and Burton is all about. The Foundation gave us access to a tremendous selection of Andy's work and encouraged us to explore his art to create something truly unique.

 

The Foundation is thrilled to work with Burton, an industry pioneer who values and embraces Andy Warhol's creative spirit. While Warhol's work speaks eloquently of the concerns of its moment, it also has a universality that transcends any particular period and continues to inspire each generation. This becomes very apparent when you see The Andy Warhol by Burton collection.

 

As one of the preeminent American artists of the 20th Century, Andy Warhol challenged the world to see art differently. This limited edition collection celebrates the artist's sophisticated sense of design, groundbreaking artwork and non conformist spirit. The Warhol hardgoods collection exhibits snowboard graphics worthy of their own wall space in a gallery. Hydro graphic binding hi backs and lenticular artwork on the boots also utilize Warhol artwork. The men's and women's softgoods collection features unique sublimated artwork on the outerwear shell and liner fabric (an industry first) and custom details throughout such as leather zip pulls, enamel filled buttons, woven seam tape and satin linings. All products boast Burton's industry leading technology and attention to detail, making the Warhol collection as fun to ride as it is to admire.

 

Andy Warhol was commissioned by an art dealer in 1961 to paint a picture of the thing that meant most to him. Using templates, Warhol then began producing images of coins and soup tins by the American company “Campbell’s”. Andy Warhol’s products are available here. Please purchase on online http://www.etabletop.com

 

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