Sunday, April 26, 2015

Driving digital art

The Star (Malaysia) - Three decades ago, New York-based pop art figure Andy Warhol created digital art using a Commodore Amiga ­computer. The eccentric Warhol, famed for his painting of 32 cans of Campbell soup, manipulated a black and white image of Blondie singer Debbie Harry with a graphics program called ProPaint.

Over here, the late Ismail Zain ­started experimenting with digital art with a Macintosh computer in 1983 using the Mac Draw software when he was 53 years old to create a digital collage.  Read more.

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