Target to sell Campbell's soup cans with iconic Warhol images

The iconic images of Campbell's soup cans conjured by artist Andy Warhol will be available on a limited edition line of cans to be sold only at Target stores in September.
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Minnesota-based Target Corp. in September will be the only retailer to sell a special edition line of Campbell's soup cans that incorporate iconic images from artist Andy Warhol, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal notes.

There's more on Target's blog.

The Associated Press has more on Warhol and Campbell's.

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