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    Since 1962 Andy Warhol’s ’32 Campbell’s Soup Cans’ has been one of the most popular and iconic images of the Pop Art movement. When Mai Hiro was … Read More
    Since 1962 Andy Warhol’s ’32 Campbell’s Soup Cans’ has been one of the most popular and iconic images of the Pop Art movement. When Mai Hiro was invited to take part in the poster showcase for the grand opening event of Chewy Boba’s, a local Orlando tea cafe, newest location we wanted to make a fun and creative piece.By taking visual cues from the popular Warhol piece we fused the boba tea cup with similar color combinations in order to emulate the classic pop art style. The result was something that the Mai Hiro brand believes in: Creating stuff we like in a way that we believe will evoke a response we want. Read Less
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Since 1962 Andy Warhol’s ’32 Campbell’s Soup Cans’ has been one of the most popular and
iconic images of the Pop Art movement.
When Mai Hiro was invited to take part in the poster showcase for the grand opening event of
Chewy Boba’s, a local Orlando tea cafe, newest location we wanted to make a fun and
creative piece.By taking visual cues from the popular Warhol piece we fused the boba tea cup with similar color combinations in order to emulate the classic pop art style.
The result was something that the Mai Hiro brand believes in: Creating stuff we like in a way
that we believe will evoke a response we want