The 60s are one of my favorite decades even if I wasn't born yet...and one of the many things that come to my mind whenever I think of the 60s is Andy Warhol and his paintings!
His Campbell's Soup Can painting is so famous that I am sure that all of you know it, even if you are not an art lover.
I thought it would have been fun to make a big version of this can and turn it into a stool! And why not, even a useful container!
Plus red lucid leather reminds me very much of the 50s/60s style so this is definitely one of my favorite things between all the ones I have ever done!
I admit it took some time...but making it with so much fun!!! :)
Step 1: What you need
- cylindrical wood/plastic/hard cardboard bin - it must be strong enough for you to seat on!
- red and white aerosol varnish
- red, white, black, yellow acrylic paints
- 1cm (0.39 inches) thick upholstery foam
- red artificial leather
- adhesive tape
- staple gun