| October 11, 2007 at 04:35 pm
Combining art and music to create his masterpiece, Ukulele Ray, famed pop-artisit/musician and inventor of the Lunchbox-A-Lele (a cross between ukulele and lunchbox), unveiled his most famous ukulele piece "Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup-A-Lele." The "Soup-A-Lele" is made from a large, oversized Campbell's Soup tin, and sounds amazing. It is currently on display at the Museum of Craft & Folk Art's "Evolution of the Ukulele"
exhibit in San Francisco, which runs through the 21st of October. The exhibit features the most amazing collection of ukuleles I've ever seen. From it's very beginnings as brought to Hawaii by the Portuguese sailors, to my wild and wacky Lunchbox-A-Leles... it's a presentation you don't want to miss!