January 14, 2012 BY John Kim / 12
Has a can of Campbell’s soup been so hip since Andy Warhol’s iconic paintings in 1962? Donning an all-over print of the trademark soup label, this Vans Authentic is actually a collaborative project with the urban street-wear label Supreme. While the participation of the Warhol camp hasn’t been confirmed, it’s clear that Vans and Supreme went for that ’32 Cans’ look by giving the upper the full wallpaper treatment. No word on a release date just yet, but we’ve got a detailed gallery for you below, so take a look and let us know what you think. via vanscn.
Those joints was flashed in the Parody of the Cambell soup gospel. HE'S LIKE CAMPBELL SOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUP.
Never Overpriced maybe to resellers but at the shop for eras they are like $80 how is that "overpriced"
Don't get me wrong - it's not a bad idea, but adding that x Supreme is going to make things unnecessarily overpriced and resellable now..they would have done just fine as a GR
Well I'm sure the people at Supreme came up with the idea so yeah no GR. and the Supreme Vans aren't usually THAT terribly overpriced and never THAT difficult to get(I mean I think I'm correct, I could be incorrect though)
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