Sunday, July 6, 2008
Something that Apple/Mac will never have.
A long time ago when only certain people were considered artists , writers and musicians, a time before the the internet, digital photography, digital music, and spell and grammar check. This time was a time of modems and track ball, and competition between companies. This was a time of Amiga.
Coming from the person that seems to have developed internet culture with the, "fame for 15 minutes," statement, Andy Warhol was one of the first electronic multi-media artists. July 23rd 1985 at the Lincoln Center in New York, Andy Warhol took to the stage using an early Amiga paint program to make a portrait of Debbie Harry. A computer for technologists and well as artists.