Legend has it that sometime in the mid-'80s, Andy Warhol fell in love amid the pulsing lights and throbbing beats at ultra-chic New York disco Studio 54.
A rather strange programming phenomenon is sweeping Europe: slow TV, which bypasses quick edits and montages in favor of leisurely paced windows into the world.
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Next time you open a can of Campbell’s—and, each year, over 2 billion of us do—say “Bon appétit” (yes, instead of “Mmm mmm good,” which is trademarked). After all, it was a Frenchman—the Paris-born Louis Charles DeLisle—who perfected the secret recipe for condensed tomato soup in 1902.
It started with the Andy Warhol-designed bottle in 1986. Over the years, Absolut Vodka’s squat, glass-printed bottle has been the palette of its artistic ambitions and highbrow marketing.
Fifty years after Andy Warhol first displayed his seminal work 32 Campbell's Soup Cans, the marketer is celebrating the artist with a set of four limited-edition Warhol-inspired cans of the product—with splashy, colorful labels.