Pioneer of the pop art movement Andy Warhol and Eastpak have come together for their third collaboration, celebrating one of the artist’s most famous works, the 1965 piece Colored Campbell’s Soup Can.
Following last year’s Banana and Flower graphic collection, the duo return with a full set of bags and luggage sporting a reinterpreted take on the iconic artwork. Eastpak has executed the collection in a number of Warhol-worthy colors, adding the print to backpacks, waist bags, duffles and three sizes of wheeled luggage.
Warhol himself was a fan of the Eastpak Padded Pak’r backpack, so together they have created a selection of standout bags for its Spring/Summer 2019 drop. Most notably, Eastpak has given its Pak’r a silver pebbled leather rework featuring the Campbell graphic inside and has also produced three supporting backpacks, each sporting a different colored version of the artwork in a polyester construction.
The collection’s color palette of silver, carrot, mint, and tomato adorn each piece. Eastpak gives its duffle bag a can-inspired top and bottom graphic for a fun pop art twist, yet also focuses on functionality with the addition of padded laptop sleeves, shoulder straps and even water-repellent fabric on the waist bag and polyester backpack. Priced from $35 USD to $240 USD, head to Eastpak website now to pick up your favorite Warhol-inspired piece.
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