Warhol Digital Drawings Sticker Pack

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Andy Warhol X Apply

Curated sticker packs, printed on premium vinyl, sized as statement pieces for your everyday objects like phones, notebooks, and more.

In the summer of 1985, Warhol was given his first Amiga 1000 home computer by Commodore International and enthusiastically signed on with the company as a brand ambassador. For their launch, Commodore planned a theatrical performance, which featured Warhol onstage at Lincoln Center with rock ’n’ roll icon and lead singer of Blondie, Debbie Harry.

In front of a live audience, Warhol used the new computer software ProPaint to create a portrait of Harry. He later made a series of digital drawings including a Campbell’s soup can, Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus, and flowers. The video of the launch performance and these early computer-based artworks are a testament to Warhol’s engagement with and embrace of new technology.