|Festive tin can flowers decorating a chain link fence |
surrounding an urban community garden.
|Andy Warhol may have been the first,|
certainly the most famous, tin can artist.
|Laura Jacoby's tin can top art utilizing a rust accelerating coating.|
|Barbie will love you for it.|
|Nancy Adams uses an oxyacetylene torch to etch |
decorative lines into her big tin can.
|My Garden Helper, Deb Cohen|
|Polished metal jewelry.|
|You don't have to tell anyone they're made from a Coke can.|
|Aluminum cans are a delight to work with, though somewhat delicate when finished.|
|I'm not sure what's in the cans but whatever the case, it probably tastes like chicken.|
|One of the foremost experts on tin can art.|
|Seaton Brown's King of Pop. It makes me thirsty just to look at it.|
|A picture frame made from pop cans. |
Andy Warhol, the original "King of Pop," was my idea.