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Street artist fnnch has reimagined the original flavors of the seltzer water, n what he describes as Andy Warhol's 1962 ''soup cans for millennials.''

The work will parody how Warhol lifted the recognizable everday food product of the Campbell's Soup tin into a high art object. The LaCroix can already has a hipster status as the ''100% Natural, Calorie- Free, Sugar Free, Sodium Free, No Artificial Sweeteners'' drink in recent years has become their go-to.

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The beverage was released in 1981 by G. Heileman Brewing Company as the "Anti-Perrier" and anti-snobbish brand of seltzer water. Most recently, it has become the subject of many Instagrammed meals, movie nights and picnics as the drink, which has been taken over by Sundance Beverage Company, is being marketed at millennials.

You can make an appointment for a private viewing or wait until the closing event this summer. The nine original fnnch works have been sold, but it is possible to commission fnnch to create your favorite flavor through his website.

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