July 10, 2012

Andy Warhol's Pop Art Legacy Shamed By Mosaic of Hot Pockets

The Hot Pockets XVI

PITTSBURGH, PA - (@ The Comedy News)  To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup painting, a group of well-meaning artists has made a shameful tribute to the pop artist's work by making a mosaic of Hot Pocket Boxes.

"Warhol is renowned worldwide for his colorful, repetitive portrayal of iconic high-sodium American cuisine," said one of the pop art commemorators.  "What better way to shame Warhol's visionary work for future generations than to make similar painting with an even less-healthier snack!"

Critics have said that The Hot Pockets XVI is an embarrasment to Warhol's legacy.  Many have suggested that for a 21st century rendition of his pop art, Warhol would have at least appreciated a mosaic of Bagel Bites.