Cover Story: Art Expedition
Andy Warhol (A’49) was an early user of an Amiga computer. The Carnegie Mellon alumnus, and legendary visual artist, used it to create art. But no one knew the extent of it—not a Warhol-obsessed artist, not the Carnegie Mellon computer club, not even The Warhol Museum’s chief archivist.
In This Issue
The leaves are starting to turn colors, which serves as a reminder of the upcoming holiday season. If you’re looking to get a head start on your present shopping, make sure to read this issue’s “Artisan Treasure.” You’ll learn how a Carnegie Mellon alumnus has created a worldwide marketplace that will enable you to buy a unique present that can’t be found in any shopping mall. Even better, your purchase will be a life-changer for the craftsman.