Andy Warhol’s Digital Art

andy warhol digital art

The Andy Warhol Museum has released a few recently discovered digital images by the pop artist. Warhol created them on his Commodore Amiga computer back in 1985. The computer company commissioned Andy to do some works to show off the Commodore’s graphic arts capabilities. Among the images are doodles, Warhol classics like the soup can, a banana, portraits of Marilyn Monroe, and various photographs. Continue Reading

Pop Artist Peter Blake and Coke

The British pop artist Sir Peter Blake has teamed up with Coke to produce a large work of art on the banks of the River Thames in London. Only a pop artist could do this and get away with it!

If you’re not all Coked out, check out the “Happiness Factory” video here. I sometimes think they’re too good at advertising their fizzy brown soda.

Campbell’s Soup Cans Painting

32 campbells soup cans by warhol

Campbell’s Soup Cans by famous American artist Andy Warhol. Painted in 1962.
Also called 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans.
32 canvases at 51 x 41 cm or 20 x 16 inches
Synthetic polymer paint on canvas, screenprints
Located at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City, NY, United States of America.Continue Reading