Up here, in the land of the true north strong and free, we call this a "pop" can rather than a soda can. The original name was "soda pop" and I think some regions shortened it to soda and some to pop. This is about the only pop I'll drink, having been born without a sweet tooth. And usually I make it a little tarter with the addition of a shot of good amber rum and a squeeze of fresh key lime.
Also I find in the course of the discussions of the name of this object, that here in Canada we call things by the American names rather than British names of our official heritage - such as trunk, semi, umbrella, and elevator. But we spell with the British style - such as flavour, honour, colour, catalogue, cheque and memorise.
This can is done with watercolour pencils, and brush pens in the little Aquabee sketchbook.