Andy Warhol's 1960-1978 hall works seem to belong to the popular and mass phenomenon, especially food. In fact, it is considered to be a more privileged user than food-to-other and food-to-food and pop effects. With the representation of food, Warhol reveals an artist profile that belongs to food, to the island.
The rapid development of fabricated production methods has increased the appeal of the so-called American-style food products and created an area with a high dose of attractiveness around these products. Inexpensive, ubiquitous, and loved by almost every segment of society, supermarket food represents the popular, while at the same time providing the opportunity to be customized with personal stories. Warhol also added his personal tastes and habits to food and food representations. He created new images from anonymous consumption objects, causing him to produce insistent and stable works about food. All the food forms and fast-food brands seen in his works are the food forms that the artist has close contact with and loves. Camphell Soup, Burger King, Coca Cola, sweets, and candies are the artist's routine consumptions. In addition to the two-dimensional works that he created with the logic of mass production using the screen-printing technique, there are also movies and videos he shot on food. In this article, the works of the artist on food will be focused on and semantic analyzes will be made through the context of consumer culture and pop art