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Andy Warhol

  1. Lost Amiga Computer Art By Andy Warhol Identifed After 30 Years

    It's the ultimate "Surprise, bitch! Bet you thought you'd seen the last of me."

    Ladies and Gentlemen, we now officially live in the future. How do I know this? Because we're discovering lost works from celebrated art visionaries not scribbled on napkins or painted over on old canvasses, but on floppy disks. Now it's only a matter of time before we get those jetpacks we were promised.

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  2. Artist Renders Star Wars Icons as Warhol Soup Cans in “Star Warhols” Series

    That's No Soup Can... It's a Space Station!

    The Force is strong with artist Vincent Vermeij AKA Chungkong. He's created beautiful prints of Star Wars characters reimagined as Andy Warhol soup cans in his "Star Warhols" series, and you can buy prints of them all right now. We think that's worthy of 15 minutes of fame.

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  3. Food Artist Ida Skivenes Recreates Classic Works of Art on Toast

    It Belongs in a Museum!

    As part of her Art Toast Project, Norwegian food artist Ida Skivenes has made famous paintings by artists such as Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, and Salvador Dalí much, much tastier than they originally were. Some samples of her toast-tacular art is after the jump. As a bonus, I've included Skivenes' toast versions of Batman and Wonder Woman. If anyone tries to tell you Batman and Wonder Woman aren't works of art in and of themselves, they are wrong.

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  4. There’s an Opera About Walt Disney, and You Can Watch it Online

    An opera that features cryogenics, a robotic Abraham Lincoln, and utopian visions may sound insane, but it weirdly makes more sense once you learn the opera is about the life of Walt Disney. The Perfect American is an opera by Philip Glass based on the book by the same name, that gives a fictional account of the last few months of Walt Disney's life. The opera will premiere in Madrid, but that's far away. Thankfully, the performance will be streaming online.

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