Home Page


Week Seven – Day Five – Friday 22nd May

Hello – welcome to your Art session.

This will be a one-off session and not linked to Ancient Greece as the previous lessons have. However, it is linked to our Autumn Term DT topic: Soup.



Andy Warhol took what we thought we knew about art and turned it on its head. His work makes us ask questions like:

  • What is art?
  • Who can be an artist?


In the 1960s Andy Warhol became known as one of the leading artists of the pop art movement.

Pop artists felt that art should reflect modern life and so they made art inspired by the world around them – from movies, advertising and pop music to comic books and even product packaging.


Warhol was famous for exploring everyday and familiar objects in his work, using brands such as Coca-Cola, Brillo and Campbell’s Soup.

He liked the idea of taking ordinary things, for example cereal or bananas, and turning them into art.

He did this with his famous print of a tomato soup can. He also made a print of every type of soup that Campbell's made! Including the one below: Black Bean.



Warhol would then replicate the design inside a grid:


I would like you to have a go at designing your own soup-inspired  ‘pop art’! It can be a real soup flavour or an imaginary one!


  • What ingredients will go in your soup? How does it taste?
  • What will it be called?
  • Should the can be bright and bold or cool and dark?
  • How would it look in the supermarket?

Once completed, maybe you could send me a photo of your image to upload to the gallery.

Get creating!

Mrs Beddard