Andy Warhol Works Created on Amiga Disks Recovered After 30 Years

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The art experiments were produced in 1985 by Warhol under commission from Commodore - creator of the Amiga computer.

Commodore paid the artist to produce a series of works to aid the launch of the Amiga 1000.

A painstaking three-year project was required to recover the images which were saved in an obscure data format.

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What Happened Today? Easter Eggs Where the Sun Doesn't Shine and Much More

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Disclaimer: There's a not entirely safe for work performance art piece at the end.

Weirdness of the Day: A Robotic Dancer Covered in Dirt and Wearing a Witch Mask Dances to Paul Simon, Because Art

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Artist Jordan Wolfson collaborated with a visual effects studio to make this weird, undulating robot for the David Zwirner contemporary art gallery in New York City. When reached for comment, the sculpture simply responded:

Photo of the Day: Dragon Tales

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Photo of the Day: Who Says You Need to Hide Wires?

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Politics Can Be Such a Drag

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Science is Beautiful of the Day: Perfectly Preserved Aquatic Life Made Beautiful Through Embalming

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