Andy Warhol Entered The Digital Age, Find out How

Andy Warhol, Venus, 1985 (©The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visuals Arts, Inc., courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum)

Andy Warhol, Venus, 1985 (©The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visuals Arts, Inc., courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum)

Hidden for decades, pixilated “computer art” by Andy Warhol has surfaced when an Andy Warhol Museum employee decided to find out what was on a floppy disk in the museum’s archives in Pittsburg. According to WaPo: “The pieces, which include the above Campbell’s soup can, a portrait of singer Debbie Harry, and a pixilated take on Botticelli’s Venus, were commissioned by the long-defunct PC company Commodore International to show off the ‘graphic art capabilities’ of its Amiga computer.”

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