Monthly Archives: August 2012

Andy Warhol inspired Campbell’s Soup cans

Warhol inspired Campbell's Soup cans

Warhol inspired Campbell's Soup cans

Reposted from Design Taxi.

For twenty years, Andy Warhol had Campbell’s Soup for lunch every day—which inspired him to create his 1962 painting collection of 32 Campbell’s Soup cans.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Warhol’s famous work, Campbell’s Soup is introducing special-edition cans of its condensed tomato soup—a flavor that the artist liked—featuring labels reminiscent of the pop artist’s paintings.

The 1.2 million cans in four color schemes, would be sold at Target stores worldwide from Sunday onwards, at 75-cents each.

To create the new label designs, Campbell’s design team worked with The Warhol Foundation.

Lenny Wilkens Auction – A Great Success!

Artitudes Design is proud to have created the PowerPoint deck for the recent Lenny Wilkens Foundation benefit auction. They were able to raise $400,000 to benefit the children of the community through the Odessa Brown Clinic and the Seattle Sports Concussion Program – both integral parts of Children’s Hospital. There were over 100 volunteers thatContinue Reading

August Issaquah Art Walk

Last Friday, August 3rd was the fourth of this summer’s Issaquah art walks. Artitudes assisted with the kid’s art in artEAST’s art alley. We manned the easels as a non-stop flow of budding young Picassos, Miros and Monets swept through the alley. Held in downtown Issaquah the first Friday evening of every month from MayContinue Reading