Taking inspiration from the artist who once screen-printed his own custom pair of Chuck Taylors, Converse has just announced its new 2015 All Star Andy Warhol Collection featuring a series of high-top and low-cut kicks wrapped in some of his most iconic soup-inspired pieces.
Retro-geeks and artists alike were abuzz last month with the news that the Andy Warhol Museum had recovered digital works of art created by Warhol himself some thirty years ago on a Commodore Amiga computer. A new documentary produced by the Carnegie Museum of Art traces the process of digital archeology that revealed…
The Andy Warhol Museum has recovered a series of artworks created by the famed pop artist in the mid-1980s using a Commodore Amiga home computer. Newly retrieved from old floppy disks, they're now available for all to see.
Glitch art is sort of like the internet's code-heavy version of graffiti. While graffiti writers climb walls to get their tag in impossible spots, glitch artists dig deep into code to create chaotic results. It used to require programming skills, but thanks to this new DIY site, just a few mouse clicks will do.
Since Andy Warhol's original artwork can sell for millions of dollars at auction, Campbell's has made it possible for all of us to have a piece of the artist's work at home. Fifty years ago Warhol unveiled his tribute to Americana called 32 Campbell's Soup Cans, and to celebrate the anniversary the company is …
In 2012, such heralded heroes as the Caped Crusader and Bilbo Baggins will hit the multiplex, making the producers enough gold bullion to make gallons of extremely expensive, fatal soup.
A metalworks shop in Savannah, Georgia, created this custom one-of-a-kind rangehood for a client, turning one of artist Andy Warhol's most recognizable pieces into a kitchen appliance that serves as the focal point for the entire room.
Artist Istvan Laszlo combines the bone structure of famous artists, activists, and politicians with their trademark features and hair lines to create unique portraits of what lies beneath and above their skin.
In 1985, Andy Warhol attended the Commodore Amiga product launch with Debbie Harry a.k.a. the queen of Videodrome a.k.a. the world's occasional greatest rapper. Once settled in, he proceeded to learn the heretofore undiscovered joys of the paint bucket tool.
Netflix and your local DVD store are bursting with more movies than you could watch in your lifetime. But tragically, some of the world's strangest movies will never be available on DVD at all. The TCM database estimates that only 4.8% of all films ever made are currently available to the public. Though the Internet…
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A new PBS documentary concludes that Andy Warhol and five other artists contributed sketches that were miniaturized and put on a postage-stamp-sized chip smuggled aboard Apollo 12.
Creation Of The Humanoids is rumored to be Andy Warhol's favorite film, and camp-meister Susan Sontag extolled it in "The Imagination Of Disaster." It's easy to see why, from this scene where an anti-robot bigot realizes he's a robot.
Here's a detail from "Chip And Batty Explore Space" by artist William Wegman, showing a dog looking out from a space station. The full image shows another dog space-walking in a spacesuit. It's just one of the pieces of freaktastic art that NASA commissioned over the decades, which are going on display at the…