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Back in 1985,

Commodore released one of the most powerful
personal computers on the market

the Amiga 1000.

Keen to show off the computer’s advanced graphics capabilities,

the North American manufacturer approached none other than

Andy Warhol

to complete a series of digital works using a prototype of the Amiga 1000′s state-of-the-art software imaging tools ahead of the computer’s release to the public.

Long thought to be lost forever, the imagery was recently rediscovered in the archives of The Andy Warhol Museum

thanks to Carnegie Mellon University’s Computer Club, this is what has been found in a floppy disk

You can see it here.

Thank you for bringing Design and Computers closer.

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