How can I use this resource?

These templates for Warhol’s soup cans give kids the chance to get acquainted with pop-art’s motifs, to experiment with color, and to use their imaginations to create artworks in the style of a great artist. Everyday motifs such as soup cans make Warhol’s works easily accessible to children. On top of which, pop-art’s bright colors and repetitive motifs make it an ideal starting point for making your own artworks. You can also make a large poster or a collage by arranging and gluing the templates together. This way, you can display your artwork as one big piece - just like Warhol did! This resource is perfect for decorating your classroom or bulletin board with a stunning and colorful artwork.

What does this resource contain?

This resource contains 2 x 9 templates for making pop-art artworks of soup cans. Each template has a pattern of a soup can that you can color according to the original or your own imagination. The templates are inspired by Andy Warhol's paintings. The resource contains two different sizes:

•  Poster (8.3 x 11.7 in / 21 x 29.7 cm)

•  Color study (4.1 x 5.8 in / 10.5 x 14.8 cm)

You can print the templates on white paper and color them with crayons, markers, pencils, or paints. The resource also provides you with some information about the history of pop-art and Andy Warhol.

About Pop-Art and Andy Warhol

Pop-art is an art movement that emerged in the 1950s and 1960s. Pop-art artists used images and symbols from popular culture, such as advertisements, comics, celebrities, and consumer products, to create artworks that were colorful, bold, and ironic. Pop-art challenged the traditional notions of art and aesthetics, and reflected the social and cultural changes of the time. Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987) is one of the most famous pop-art artists. The American, who began his career as a graphic designer in advertising, became famous for his distinctive and colorful use of motifs taken from the world of consumerism, such as Coca-Cola bottles, Campbell's soup cans, or Marilyn Monroe. He used techniques such as silk-screen printing, repetition, and collage to create his artworks. He also founded his own studio, called The Factory, where he collaborated with other artists, musicians, actors, and celebrities. One of his most famous works is the Campbell's soup painting, which depicts many Campbell's soup cans that are shown side by side and stacked one on top of another. The painting shows how everyday objects can become art, and how mass production can create variety or uniformity.

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Pop Art After Andy Warhol
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This resource will teach you about the history of pop-art, and provide you with templates of soup cans that you can color to make a collage. 

Grade Levels
Grade Levels
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
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Pop Art After Andy Warhol

This resource will teach you about the history of pop-art, and provide you with templates of soup cans that you can color to make a collage. 

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