The collaboration between Eastpak and pop art pioneer, Andy Warhol is at a new chapter.
A collaboration that celebrates the vision of the American artist, who was himself was a big fan of this brand founded in 1952.
This time, the protagonist of the new Eastpak collection is the 1965 piece Colored Campbell’s Soup Can.
A full set of bags, luggage sporting and travel accessories that pay homage to the artist who continues to inspire new generations
through the power of the individual to transform the ordinary into something extraordinary.
Iconic, colourful and fun, this collaboration features some truly original pieces, such as the Duffle Can bag that faithfully translates the tomato soup tin with a can-inspired top and bottom graphic for a fun pop art twist and the Padded Pak’r backpack in silver pebbled leather that represents the tin behind the label. The graphics of the original work were used for the inner lining and for the supplied laundry bag.
The artist’s embossed signature on the front completes this creation making it a truly exclusive limited edition, even in the price, 240 USD.
Already spotted during last Pitti Uomo edition, this collection represents the last chapter of the long collaboration between Andy Warhol and Eastpak, preceded by other equally innovative and interesting projects, such as the line dedicated to “Flowers” and “Banana”, released last September and “Airmail” and “Fragile”. We are looking forward to seeing what’s next!