Yes, This is Andy Warhol Painting Deborah Harry on an Amiga

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These days, we remember Commodore's Amiga system for its games. Classics like Cannon Fodder. In 1985, though, the company had grander plans.


In this bizarre live demonstration as part of the machine's launch, artist Andy Warhol, only two years before his death, sits down and "paints" a portrait of former punk idol Deborah Harry using the computer.

It's about as awkward as it sounds.

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The Commodore Amiga changed my life and not only for it's games: It's where I started my musical "hobby". Yep, 4 channel MODs were enough, but Chris Huelsbeck 7 voice TMFX were even better.