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  • Melissa Ivy Katz

    May 1969 Esquire cover, Andy Warhol drowning in a Campbell's tomato soup

  • THE OFFSTREAM

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  • Laurence King Publishing

    The May 1969 cover of Esquire Magazine shows Andy Warhol drowning in a Campbell's tomato soup can. Designed by George Lois.

  • Leo Prieto

    ESQUIRE, Mayo 1969: "EL AHOGAMIENTO DE ANDY WARHOL". Esta portada se hizo muy famosa, en la portada aparece Andy Warhol, precursor del Arte Pop y su emblemática "La lata de sopa de tomates". Cuando salió esta revista, las ventas subieron desde 500.000 a 2 millones, logrando que la portada fuera responsable. Esta simbolizaba el movimiento artístico de vanguardia en esos tiempos en Estados Unidos.

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