Obey ‘Soup Can’ Yellow + Green Variant Print Release

Obey 'Soup Can' Edition of 200 Size: 16 x 20 Inches $250 Starting Price

Obey 'Soup Can' Edition of 200 Size: 16 x 20 Inches $250 Starting Price

Here’s the scoop, these went on sale today around 3pm on Iconoclast the prints have a graduated pricing schedule and the starting price was $250 each, as they sell the price increases. The previous edition is SOLD OUT and they topped out at $2500 each. As I am posting this in my blog the price is at $450 each, WOW update: now they are $1250!!!. These are beautiful 16 x 20 inch hand silk screen prints with an edition of 200, they will come signed and numbered by Shepard Fairey.

Just revisited the site and this message has now been posted

“Please Note: Due to the intense levels of traffic and high purchase volume, our servers are backed up and cannot process any more orders. We are diligently working hard to fix the problem to accomodate the overwhelming traffic and purchasing activity. In the meantime, if you would like to place an order for this print, email us at info@iconoclasteditions.com or call 1.513.792.9744 to place a phone order. Orders will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. The pricing information on this page reflects accurate current pricing, we have very few remaining of the Obey ‘Soup Can’ print.”

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~ by postersandprints on June 9, 2009.

6 Responses to “Obey ‘Soup Can’ Yellow + Green Variant Print Release”

  1. What? This is insane. Warhol would roll over? Hasn’t Shep gone too far? 2,500? I love the concept, but REALLY. Campbell’s would be cheaper and I could eat it.

  2. even at $250 each i would think twice about it!, well, actually i did!

    i don’t like the colours, the pink obey soup cans next are even worse

    so i hope the last of the four releases is banging otherwise i will be soupless 😦

  3. when will people stop paying for over priced obey art? There are better posters at much lower prices.

  4. i agree 100%

    i do like some of Shep’s art, but is a remade 16 x 20 really worth $500?

    hell, no!!!!

  5. 16×20 is the size of Warhol’s soup cans.

  6. correct,

    the reference was to the size being so much smaller than shep’s releases

    i feel the cost to value ratio is diminished because of its slightly smaller size

    unless you are lucky enough to own a warhol soup cans, you can frame them beside each other

    but would you? really?

    cheers

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