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Driving digital art


FOOD FOR THOUGHT: People will buy art they feel connected to whether it’s digital or not, says Keat Leong.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: People will buy art they feel connected to whether it’s digital or not, says Keat Leong.

Digital artists are exploring new territories from art galleries to the Palace of Justice.

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.

   

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