A documentary from the HIllman Photography Iniative has revealed exactly how those famous Andy Warhol Amiga images got saved from 3.5 DD floppies. The video is about how the team gives detailed information about the history behind the artwork, but also the process by which they went about recovering filetypes that are as obsolete as the computer they were made on. Andy Warbol was an American artist who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. Commodore tried to challenge Apple by bringing out Andy Warhol and Deborah Harry for its Commodore Amiga launch event in 1985, the company brought the Amiga to the public eye in a flashy event at the Lincoln Center in New York City. The artist Andy Warhol showed genuine excitement for the platform, an interviewer asked Warhol how the Amiga compared to other machines he had worked with. “I haven’t worked on anything. I waited for this one,” Warhol responded. (Amiga 1000 Render by digital artist Thomas Koch)

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