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Andy Warhol images from Commodore Amiga computer recovered
Andy Warhol images from Commodore Amiga computer recovered

Officials at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh have announced the recovery of long-unseen digital images that the late pop artist created on a Commodore Amiga computer in 1985. The museum announced Thursday that the images were extracted from floppy disks that Warhol had used to save the files. The images had been inaccessible for years due to the obsolete Commodore format, the museum said. In the '80s Warhol was commissioned by Commodore International to create art with the Amiga to demonstrate its graphic arts capabilities, according to the museum. His creations include a digital rendering of a Campbell's soup can, a portrait of Blondie singer Debbie Harry, a banana and a version of...

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