In 1962, an artist named Andy Warhol created a series of portraits of his favorite food. The result? The now iconic Campbell's Soup screen prints were the catalyst of the pop art movement and changed our views on fine art forever. These cans, by the way, last sold for $9,042,500 at a 2010 Christie's ... More >>
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