Artists serve up shelf-stable sculptures

12/13/2009 | WomansDay.com

Andy Warhol's soup cans were just the beginning -- these days, artists are using the cans themselves as building blocks for colossal sculptures. From giant caterpillars built out of tinned tuna to a canned-beans rendition of Coney Island, these artworks are strictly nonperishable.

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