Pop artist Andy Warhol wanted to make a statement about art being everywhere – even in grocery stores – hence his famous Campbell’s soup can.
Students can color my printed PDF label that has the vital logo in place, and an empty space to fill in with a creative new soup flavor.
• Drawing paper
• Old empty soup cans
1. Save your old soup cans and wash them carefully. Download my label template and print one for each student.
2. Students are to think up their own soup flavor, and write the name center bottom. A small symbol of that flavor needs to be drawn in the circle. All pencil lines are traced with a black marker.
3. Students color their label with markers that match their soup flavor.
4. The label is cut out and wrapped around an empty can, open side on the bottom and sealed with tape.