Andy Warhol

Proceeds from the limited edition decks go towards youth art and skate programs. Photo: The Skateroom

Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans is one of the most famous pop art pieces in history and is credited for ushering in pop art as a major movement in the U.S. during the ’60s.

The Museum of Modern Art purchased the set of 32 prints for a staggering $15 million in 1996.

However, MoMA has released a line of much more affordable Warhol prints that are screened onto skateboard decks.

The museum collaborated with the Skateroom, a Brussels based company that teams up with artists to create art on skate decks.

Skateroom uses the proceeds to go towards funding non-profits that empower children through skateboarding and art.

Andy Warhol Campbell's

‘Campbell’s Soup Cans’ comes with 32 decks. Photo: Skateroom

MoMA has teamed up with Skateroom as part of Miami Art Basel and the proceeds from the Warhol skate decks go to Skatistan, which brings skateboarding to youth in underprivileged areas in Cambodia, South Africa and Afghanistan.

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The decks are available online and range in price from about $500 to $10,000.

The Campbell's Soup Cans comes with 32 decks, each with a print of the iconic original.

Other prints available include “Self Portrait,” “Guns” and a set of eight colored “Campbell's Soup Cans” prints, at a more affordable $1,538.

One of Warhol’s famous pieces, “Gold Marilyn,” is sold as a triptych for about $2,000.


Gold Marilyn is going for about $2,000 and comes as a triptych. Photo: Skateroom

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