Original artwork description:

This is the latest in my 'discontinued' range, a series of paintings exploring the theme of discontinued foods, retro tech, and vintage design. They were originally completed for display at an art gallery in Hackney Wick.

Discontinued in 1994, Tab Clear was Coca-Cola's contribution to the short-lived "clear cola" movement during the early 1990s. I distinctly remember this being launched when I was a kid, to much ridicule or general indifference from the public. It's no surprise it didn't last long, but today I think of Tab Clear as a nostalgic symbol of the 90s.

If Andy Warhol can make art out of coca-cola bottles in the 60s, then why not make pop art out Tab Clear cans from the 90s? I'm especially pleased with the Tab lettering done by hand.

It is painted in acrylics and Posca pen on an A2 sized canvas. One of the pictures shows me installing the painting to give you an idea of the size of it next to me.
Size -
16.5 inches x 23.4 inches
42 cm x 59.5 cm
1.5 cm thick

I've been inspired to create work like this by classic pop artists like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Patrick Caulfield.

Postage will be first class and tracked.

I can also do paintings to order, so if you'd like anything in a similar style, or want a sold out piece repeating, then just message me and I can create an order for you through ArtFinder.

Materials used:

Acrylic Paint, Paintbrush, Posca Pens

Tags:
#tab clear #pop art #vintage #street art #silver #andy warhol #warhol #food & drink #coca-cola #90s #a2 #coke can #gift for foodies #1990s #90s retro 

Tab Clear Coca Cola Can Pop Art Painting On A2 Canvas (2019)

Acrylic painting 
by Ian Viggars

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This is the latest in my 'discontinued' range, a series of paintings exploring the theme of discontinued foods, retro tech, and vintage design. They were originally completed for display at an art gallery in Hackney Wick.

Discontinued in 1994, Tab Clear was Coca-Cola's contribution to the short-lived "clear cola" movement during the early 1990s. I distinctly remember this being launched when I was a kid, to much ridicule or general indifference from the public. It's no surprise it didn't last long, but today I think of Tab Clear as a nostalgic symbol of the 90s.

If Andy Warhol can make art out of coca-cola bottles in the 60s, then why not make pop art out Tab Clear cans from the 90s? I'm especially pleased with the Tab lettering done by hand.

It is painted in acrylics and Posca pen on an A2 sized canvas. One of the pictures shows me installing the painting to give you an idea of the size of it next to me.
Size -
16.5 inches x 23.4 inches
42 cm x 59.5 cm
1.5 cm thick

I've been inspired to create work like this by classic pop artists like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Patrick Caulfield.

Postage will be first class and tracked.

I can also do paintings to order, so if you'd like anything in a similar style, or want a sold out piece repeating, then just message me and I can create an order for you through ArtFinder.

Materials used:

Acrylic Paint, Paintbrush, Posca Pens

Tags:
#tab clear #pop art #vintage #street art #silver #andy warhol #warhol #food & drink #coca-cola #90s #a2 #coke can #gift for foodies #1990s #90s retro 
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I am an artist, designer, and video editor based in East Sussex. I produce paintings and illustrations in a brightly coloured pop art or graphic style. My subjects matter and... Read more

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