Andy Warhol’s lost Amiga computer art found

It seems that Andy Warhol may have been a bit of a computer geek. New works made in the 1980s by the world-famous artist were recently discovered on floppy disks on an Amiga. The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Penn., announced the finding on Thursday. The images include doodles, experiments and portraits. Classics like the Campbell’s soup can and Marilyn Monroe were reworked in pixels.

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